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Forums » Books » Heard a great interview with a Frommer's author who's written a travel memoir called "The Noodle Road"

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Heard a great interview with a Frommer's author who's written a travel memoir called "The Noodle Road"

by /bio/mango »

I used her book to China and it was so terrific that I remembered her name (jen Lin Liu). She also started a cooking school there that I was all set to try but then I had to cut my trip short (long story). Anyway, Liu has a memoir out about trying to find the origin of the noodle, and it sounds like it should be a great read from the interview I heard. I've ordered the book and will report back.

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RE: Heard a great interview with a Frommer's author who's written a travel memoir called "The Noodle Road"

by /bio/joanna »

What Italy is to some pasta lovers, Asia is for me.   I could eat noodles and it's variations all day every day and never tire of them, have done in fact  (My only words in Vietnamese are "beef noodle soup").   So I'll be very interested to hear about 'The Noodle Road'.  Sounds like my definition of heaven.  

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RE: Heard a great interview with a Frommer's author who's written a travel memoir called "The Noodle Road"

by /bio/scarlettcharlize »

I truly wanted to give this book a high rating since it combined my love for history and love of food but I couldn't move beyond the writer . "On the Noodle Road" is a travelogue of the Get-Home-Work-Online with excessively much personal introspection and not exactly enough noodles.

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