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hi - after 7 years on the road and 69 countries so far...and having cooked through most of them (!) I thought I'd produce a motorcyclist's over-landing cookbook!
I also love cooking but the recipes included are basic, to medium basic using staple food supplies that most motorcyclists tend to take with them...and a few hints and ideas as to extras to carry and why.
There are also ideas for dishes to cook country specific...not all 69 countries though - that makes the book too big!

This is being proofed at the moment and will be up for sale via our website sometime in the next 2 months! I will let you all know in the vendors bit when its out!

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....hopefully before Xmas!

HI Adastra.....I've been a little pre-occupied recently with getting the bikes ready for shipping over to Thailand (currently in Nepal).
however - I have been working hard on this and hope to have something ready for Xmas!
It will be 'advertised' on the front of our website when ready.
Been trying to keep things simple whilst also trying to add in some country specific receipes and photos too. I always like to see a pic of how its meant to look!

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Hello Lisa,
Is the book out for sale?...does it have a vegetarian section too!...well i can always cook minus the meat..i hope its available!!...

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hi - after 7 years on the road and 69 countries so far...and having cooked through most of them (!) I thought I'd produce a motorcyclist's over-landing cookbook!
I also love cooking but the recipes included are basic, to medium basic using staple food supplies that most motorcyclists tend to take with them...and a few hints and ideas as to extras to carry and why.
There are also ideas for dishes to cook country specific...not all 69 countries though - that makes the book too big!

This is being proofed at the moment and will be up for sale via our website sometime in the next 2 months! I will let you all know in the vendors bit when its out!

cheers
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