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Review Notable Press & Accolades:A heaping bag of cookbooks for everyone on your gift listÂ â€”The Atlanta Journal-ConstitutionÂ â€œI have been waiting for this book since the first time I ate laap meuang, way back in the early 90's. You see, until now there has not been a comparable book in the English language that dives so deeply into the food culture of Northern Thailand. Austin has compiled an incredible collection of recipes and insights, as shown to him by the generous and talented cooks of the region whose stories he tells, highlighting their proud culinary techniques and traditions along the way. The Food of Northern Thailand is now my go-to reference for this amazing cuisine; it should be yours, too.â€ -Andy Ricker, chef/owner Pok Pok RestaurantsÂ Â â€œThe Food of Northern Thailand is the first of its kindâ€”a definitive portrait of a cuisine that is unique, esoteric and honestly, enigmatic to most. Humble guy that he is, Austin would never admit this, so Iâ€™ll say itâ€”he is the greatest living authority on the subject and the only person who could have brought this project to fruition. Thai food fanatics, rejoice!â€ -Kris Yenbamroong, chef and author ofÂ Night + Market Â â€œThe glory of northern Thai food comes shining through in The Food of Northern Thailand. You'll find in it the dishes that are well known among Thai-food enthusiasts worldwide andÂ the ones that only those deeply familiar with northern Thai food would knowâ€”all delicious, all presented the way they're really made, and all sure to get you excited to make them in your kitchen.â€ -Leela Punyaratabandhu, author ofÂ BangkokÂ andÂ Simple Thai Food Â 'I couldnâ€™t put this book down. In meticulous recipes, glossary, and text, Austin Bush transmits the extraordinary depth and breadth of Â Northern Thailandâ€™s food culture with the assurance of deep familiarity and affection. My friends in northern Thailand will be thrilled to find their food celebrated with so much care and respect.' -Naomi Duguid, author of Â Taste of PersiaÂ andÂ Burma: Rivers of Flavor Â â€œAustin has explored all parts of Thailand, every dusty village and it would seem every even dustier kitchen. And with each excursion into unfamiliar Austin records what he sees with a rare faithfulness. Thatâ€™s why I admire Austin and trust in what he writes. This book on northern Thai food is yet another example of his impeccable research and commitment to authenticity.â€ -David Thompson, cook, chef, restaurateurÂ Â â€œThis is not just another Thai cookbook. Itâ€™s a remarkable ethnographic work on the cultures and kitchens of the people of Northern Thailand. Read it and let yourself be swept away on this delicious journey.â€ -Pim Techamuanvivit, chef/owner of Kin Khao in San Francisco, and chef of Nahm, at the Como Metropolitan in Bangkok Â 'Austin Bushâ€™s ode to northern Thailand is a charming head-turner. The images, stories, and recipes give you a multidimensional understanding of what makes Thai cuisine so damn interesting and delicious.' -Andrea Nguyen, author ofÂ Into the Vietnamese KitchenÂ andÂ The Pho Cookbook Read more About the Author AUSTIN BUSH has lived in Thailand since 1999. He speaks, reads, and writes fluent Thai, and has written extensively about Thai food. His writing and photography has appeared in more than twenty books for Lonely Planet, as well media outlets, including bbc.com, Bon AppÃ©tit, CNN Travel, CondÃ© Nast Traveler, Olive, Monocle,Â the New York Times, Saveur, time.com, Travel + Leisure Southeast Asia, VICE,The Wall Street Journal Asia, and the Washington Post, among others. His blog, AustinBushPhotography.com/blog, was a finalist in Saveur magazine's Best Food Blogs awards. He works closely with Andy Ricker and has photographed the New York Times bestseller Pok Pok and its follow up, The Drinking Foodof Thailand. Read more