*Discover the most exciting street food locations in the Big Apple*Enjoy the mixture of international flavors with an American touch New York has a history of immigration that results in one of the most dynamic street food scenes in the world. Those who believe food in New York should cost a pretty penny and can only be found in beautifully styled restaurants probably haven't been further than downtown Manhattan. This book takes you to the far-flung culinary corners of the five boroughs. From sensory-rousing South American snacks in Jackson Heights to homemade noodle dishes in Brooklyn, and from Gourmet food trucks in Midtown Manhattan to simple food stalls in Red Hoek. New York Street Food introduces you to a culinary New York in all its facets. Culinary adventurer, Tom Vandenberghe and food photographer, Luk Thys will seduce you once more. With the help of Jacqueline Goossens, who has lived in New York for more than thirty years, they give you fifty recipes from the most delightful venues of the New York street food scene.
Jacqueline Goossens moved to the Big Apple in 1980. The plan was to spend just a year in the city to live and work. It turned out differently: since then NY has been her home. She writes for 'De Morgen' and 'Knack Weekend' among others, and regularly gives lectures in Belgium. Tom Vandenberghe is a passionate traveller, he visited South Asia several times and even lived there for a while. He is an expert in Thai food an regularly organises workshops. His former book 'Bangkok Streetfood' has won the prize 'Best of the World 2011' of the Gourmand World Cookbook Awards. Luk Thys is a well-known photographer, who has already illustrated many cookery books for Lannoo.