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Food Wine And China

Author : Christof Pforr
ISBN : 9781351742726
Genre : Travel
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The growth of the Chinese economy and the emergence of the Chinese middle class have fuelled the rapid expansion of China’s outbound tourism market, with many destinations around the world trying to capitalise on the opportunities created by the growing number of Chinese visitors. This book specifically focuses on the demand for food and wine tourism experiences by Chinese tourists, which in recent years has become an important constituent of destination competitiveness. Looking at the different ways in which individual destinations have responded to this increasing demand, this book provides a better understanding of the preferences, motivations and perceptions that underlie food and wine consumption by Chinese tourists. It also illustrates how food and wine tourism experiences have been used in a range of international destinations to specifically attract visitors from China. Including a range of case examples from the Asia-Pacific region and Europe, this book ultimately investigates the strategic directions adopted to guide destination development and marketing initiatives. Such a perspective provides a novel contribution to the still limited body of knowledge on China outbound tourism and will be of interest to upper level students, researchers and academics in Tourism and Hospitality.
Category: Travel

Food Wine Burgundy

Author : David Downie
ISBN : 1892145758
Genre : Grocery trade
File Size : 90.6 MB
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A guide to the Burgundy region, including information on vineyards and vintages, restaurants, markets, and more.
Category: Grocery trade

Food And Wine Festivals And Events Around The World

Author : Colin Michael Hall
ISBN : 9780750683807
Genre : Business & Economics
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There is a rapidly increasing number of food and wine festivals taking place around the world and many new festivals and events are now being developed as a deliberate part of a regional or national tourism strategy. It is now recognised that food and wine festivals and events can play a significant role in rural and urban development and regeneration and the impacts of these events can be far ranging at a social, political, economic and environmental level. Food and Wine Festivals and Events Around the World: development, management and markets is a pioneering text that recognises the importance of this area of the tourism industry. It brings together an international contributor team of experts and uses leading research to examine the specialist nature of the food and wine festival/event and the linkages that exist between food, festivity and place. Divided into three parts, the book looks at Food Festivals, Wine /Drink Festivals and Farmers Markets. Each section has an introductory chapter which will set the context and provide an overview of current activity in that particular area. * Uses international case studies to illustrate best practise and contextualise theory. For example, Ramadan festivals in Malaysia, food and drink festivals in Japan, festival based culinary tourism in the US, the Valley wine festival in Western Australia, farmers markets in the UK and many more. * Contains results of ?cutting edge? research carried out at specific food and wine events and festivals, which illustrate best practise and demonstrate the diversity of research methods and events * Suitable for those studying in the fields of tourism, event management, gastronomy/culinary arts, food marketing, rural development, heritage tourism special interest tourism and cultural studies * The first book specifically devoted to the subject of food and wine related events and festivals - one of the fastest growing niches in the tourism and event industries * International case studies from Australia, UK, Malaysia, New Zealand and USA amongst others, reveal the back-stage reality of the food and tourism experience * Contains cutting edge research illustrating best practise, with international contributions from leading names in academia and industry
Category: Business & Economics

Food And Wine Tourism 2nd Edition

Author : Erica Croce
ISBN : 9781786391278
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 32.16 MB
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This established textbook explores how regions, and food industry, travel and hospitality companies present themselves to tourists experiencing the culture, history and ambience of a location through the food and wine it produces. It provides practical suggestions and guidelines for establishing a food-related tourism destination and business, discussing the environment, understanding the food tourist, supply issues, tours and tasting sessions, themed itineraries, planning and developing the tourist product, marketing and best practice strategies. It also includes numerous case studies from around the world and plentiful pedagogical features to aid student learning. If food and wine tourism is well planned, managed and controlled, it can become a real economic resource. Suitable for students in tourism and leisure subjects, the practical application provided in this book also makes it an ideal resource for those operating in the food and wine sector.
Category: Business & Economics

Food And Wine

Author : Harry Haff
ISBN : 9781476666075
Genre : Social Science
File Size : 63.43 MB
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We all taste--but what are we tasting? Knowing the factors involved in how we taste can help us develop our individual palette. Unlike the numerous critical reviews of food and wine pairings, this book presents a systematic approach based on personal tastes. Covering the most common international and regional wines, the author explains how they relate to the foods we eat. "Homework" assignments matching specific wines with recipes and variations help readers learn how they taste as individuals.
Category: Social Science

Food And Wine Events In Europe

Author : Alessio Cavicchi
ISBN : 9781317751939
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 84.88 MB
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Food and wine events have gained popularity internationally. Their importance in local economic development has grown, especially in Europe, as they are seen as a source of income for local economic systems, a way for creating new job positions and effective tools for promoting and increasing typical product awareness and demand. This book for the first time illustrates the positive and negative impacts of food and wine events from a stakeholder perspective by highlighting several critical aspects such as: (1) advantages and disadvantages of food and wine events; (2) best practice adoption for maximising benefits flowing from event creation; (3) community involvement and knowledge diffusion; (4) effectiveness in promoting local products and creating consumer awareness about products; (5) factors that promote or inhibit the success or achievements of wine and food events. Although the volume primarily focuses on events in Europe, comparisons are made to other regions in the world. Case studies are integrated throughout to illustrate the system of economic and social impacts linked to food and wine events, as well as best practices to achieve effective event management and maximize expected results. Written by leading academics, this timely and important volume will be valuable reading for all students, researchers and academics interested in Events, Tourism, Hospitality, Gastronomy and Development Studies.
Category: Business & Economics

Rural Tourism And Sustainable Business

Author : Derek R. Hall
ISBN : 1845410114
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 47.2 MB
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This is a structured, edited book of nineteen Chapters which provides, from an inter-disciplinary perspective, latest thinking on, and practical case study exemplification of rural tourism and sustainable business development from Europe, North America, Australasia, the Middle East and Japan.
Category: Business & Economics

Food Wine Rome

Author : David Downie
ISBN : 1892145715
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 32.97 MB
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Food Wine Rome is a tightly focused guidebook and traveler’s companion to the culinary delights of Rome. For each neighborhood, listings are in three categories: 1) dining: restaurants, trattorie, osterie; 2) gourmet shopping: bakeries, markets, salami makers, cheesemongers, and more; 3) wine: shops and wine bars. A dozen or more sidebars add entertaining and informative bits of city lore, culture, customs, quotes, and anecdotes to bring alive the city’s historic culinary richness: the Roman love affair with artichokes; the watermelon festival held for years on August 24, when giant, ripe watermelons would be released into the river upstream and Roman kids would dive into the river to grab them; Lucullus’ Kitchen Garden; the Cacio e Pepe Family of Pastas; the cult of the strawberries of Nemi (one of whose devotees was Caligula); Papal cuisi≠ the Renaissance of Rome’s wines; Holy Water and the Aqueducts; Spring Fever (lamb, favas, artichokes, zucchini flowers); and dozens more. A glossary of essential Roman/Italian food terms helps make shopping, marketing, and eating fun and rewarding. It is illustrated with scores of atmospheric photographs and an overall map of central Rome, plus detailed maps for each of Rome’s nine central neighborhoods, so that readers can find addresses immediately.
Category: Cooking

How Italian Food Conquered The World

Author : John F. Mariani
ISBN : 9780230112414
Genre : Cooking
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Not so long ago, Italian food was regarded as a poor man's gruel-little more than pizza, macaroni with sauce, and red wines in a box. Here, John Mariani shows how the Italian immigrants to America created, through perseverance and sheer necessity, an Italian-American food culture, and how it became a global obsession. The book begins with the Greek, Roman, and Middle Eastern culinary traditions before the boot-shaped peninsula was even called "Italy," then takes readers on a journey through Europe and across the ocean to America alongside the poor but hopeful Italian immigrants who slowly but surely won over the hearts and minds of Americans by way of their stomachs. Featuring evil villains such as the Atkins diet and French chefs, this is a rollicking tale of how Italian cuisine rose to its place as the most beloved fare in the world, through the lives of the people who led the charge. With savory anecdotes from these top chefs and restaurateurs: - Mario Batali - Danny Meyer - Tony Mantuano - Michael Chiarello - Giada de Laurentiis - Giuseppe Cipriani - Nigella Lawson And the trials and triumphs of these restaurants: - Da Silvano - Spiaggia - Bottega - Union Square Cafe - Maialino - Rao's - Babbo - Il Cantinori
Category: Cooking

Textbook Of Food Bevrge Mgmt

Author : Andrews
ISBN : 0070655731
Genre : Caterers and catering
File Size : 66.11 MB
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Based on the board curriculum of the 3-degree course of the National Council for Hotel Management& Catering Technology, this Comprehensive text book aims to cover all relevent aspects and issues related to food & beverage management in the fast growing hotel & hispitality.
Category: Caterers and catering

Andrea Immer S Wine Buying Guide For Everyone

Author : Andrea Immer
ISBN : 9780767913270
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 41.8 MB
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The Ultimate Buying Guide to America’s Most Popular and Accessible Wines The first guide to buying wine that grades the top-selling premium wines in stores and restaurants: popular supermarket brands, trade-up brands, and super-premium labels. Andrea Immer, one of America’s foremost wine authorities, surveyed thousands of wine professionals and ordinary consumers, who assess what really matters most–taste and value for the money. She also provides: • Best-of lists: The top performing wines • Immer Best Bets: Andrea Immer’s top picks for every major buying dilemma, from inexpensive crowd pleasers to blue-chip choices for business entertaining • “The Top Fifty Wines You’re Not Drinking”: These wines are less well known, but offer good availability and great value • Immersion Course: Quick and easy label-reading lessons to give you instant buying expertise • Kitchen Countertop (and Fridge) Survivor™ grades: How long will the wine keep after it’s opened? Now you’ll know the wines’ “freshness window” after opening.
Category: Cooking

The Wine Lover Cooks With Wine

Author : Sid Goldstein
ISBN : 9781452141084
Genre : Cooking
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The long-awaited follow-up to the best-selling Wine Lover's Cookbook, The Wine Lover Cooks with Wine sets its sights on wine as an ingredient and it's now available as an ebook. Whether used to delicately poach fresh fish or braise a hearty stew, wine adds complexity and intensity to food—not to mention flavor. In his usual engaging style, Goldstein explores a range of wine and reveals how each is used best in cooking. From classic Marsala Chicken to savory pork tenderloin topped with a zinfandel-based roasted-plum jam, each tantalizing recipe illustrates to dazzling effect the benefits—and pleasures—of cooking with wine. Complete with enticing photographs of both the food and the wine, this cookbook is an inspiring resource for wine lovers looking to think outside of the glass.
Category: Cooking

Wine With Food

Author : Joanna Simon
ISBN : 9780684835228
Genre : Cooking
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Tells how to match wines with foods, and describes the characteristics of wines from around the world
Category: Cooking

Wine And Food 101

Author : John R. Fischer
ISBN : 9781425914707
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 46.61 MB
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The purpose of this book is twofold: to supply the reader with a basic knowledge about wine, and to develop the expertise necessary to successfully match wine with food. It is a book of concepts, not a long list of wine-food pairings. The concepts are simple, logical, and easy to understand. After reading this book, the pleasure you derive in pairing wine with food will be greatly enhanced by your newly acquired knowledge of the culinary arts. “ This book is extremely readable. I especially like the organization, which makes it a great educational tool for wine novices as well as connoisseurs.” —David Rosengarten, author of Red Wine with Fish “John Fischer has redefined the concept of matching wine and food. Scientific, though easy to understand, this book is a must-read for wine aficionados and professionals.” —José R. Garrigó, Chairman of the International Wine and Food Society Board of Governors of the Americas "This is an outstanding book that gives a simple and logical approach to match wine to food. It is easy to understand and enjoyable to read. We have thoroughly enjoyed using it at the Institute for the Culinary Arts, and have received many compliments from students." —James E. Trebbien, Academic Director, Institute for the Culinary Arts, Omaha Nebraska “The book is very well organized, clearly written, light without being lightweight, and enlightening without being self-important. —Mike Scott, winemaker and vice president of Lone Canary Winery, Spokane, Washington
Category: Cooking

Simplifying Food And Wine Pairings

Author : Tim Leiwig
ISBN : 9781496936981
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 53.20 MB
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Have you ever gone to a restaurant a nd felt intimidated a bout which wine to order with your meal? Have you hosted a social gathering a t your home, where wine was to be served, a nd had no ideas for your event? Have you had to host a business/client dinner a t a restaurant a nd you were responsible for ordering wines? If so, you will find comfort in this easy to read book. It will provide a nswers to these questions a s well a s provide numerous food a nd wine pairing tips. This book will take the intimidation factor a way a nd provide you with knowledge of food a nd wine pairings in a fun yet helpful way.
Category: Cooking

The Italian Wine Guide

Author : Touring Club of Italy
ISBN : 8836530850
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 21.76 MB
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The wines of Italy are a delightful part of any visit to the Bel Paese, and The Italian Wine Guide is the ultimate guide to the world of these wines. This practical handbook offers current information on wineries, tours, and tastings throughout Italy, plus listings for over 1,900 wine stores. For those visiting winery towns, over 60 detailed maps and itineraries are featured, with suggestions on where to enjoy the best wines and dine on the finest local cuisine. A look at contemporary wine production in Italy is followed by detailed discussions of each region. The new edition contains listings for U.S. retailers selling Italian wines.
Category: Cooking

The Food Lover S Guide To Wine

Author : Andrew Dornenburg
ISBN : 9780316084062
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 55.22 MB
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A wine book unlike any other,The Food Lover's Guide to Wine offers a fresh perspective via the single aspect of wine most compelling to food lovers: flavor. At the heart of this indispensable reference, formatted like the authors' two previous bestsellers The Flavor Bible and What to Drink with What You Eat, is an encyclopedic A-to-Z guide profiling hundreds of different wines by their essential characteristics-from body and intensity to distinguishing flavors, from suggested serving temperatures and ideal food pairings to recommended producers (including many iconic examples). The book provides illuminating insights from dozens of America's best sommeliers via informative sidebars, charts and boxes, which complement the book's gorgeous four-color photography. Another groundbreaking work from two of the ultimate culinary insiders, this instant classic is the perfect gift book.
Category: Cooking

The Complete Idiot S Guide To Wine And Food Pairing

Author : Jaclyn Stuart
ISBN : 9781101197967
Genre : Cooking
File Size : 26.19 MB
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A delectable guide that's in good taste. The Complete Idiot's Guide® to Wine & Food Pairing will help readers find the perfect pairings beyond the truism of red going with red and white going with white, noting the similarities and differences in intensity, acidity, and sweetness of the wines in relation to the tastes of the cuisine. ?Includes a glossary, a master pairings list for more than 100 foods and wines, wine menus for special dinners, and wine and food resources ?Breaks down white, red, sparkling, and dessert wines into flavor profiles for pairing ?Matches wines with international cuisine
Category: Cooking

Secrets Of Wine

Author : Infinite Ideas
ISBN : 9781904902089
Genre : Cooking
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From making the agonising selection in the supermarket and putting your palate through its paces, to the reality of fine wine and the effects of ageing, we explore the secrets of wine in a punchy and accessible way... incidentally also encouraging active participation throughout the learning process! Regardless of your level of wine knowledge, Secrets of wine will enlighten you and inspire you to break free of your vinous preconceptions. From powering up the palate to knowing which glasses are a must, here are over 50 brilliant ideas to help you get the most out of that delectable drink and discover the art of the free-thinking drinker.
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