Director Publishes New Travel and Recipe Book about Bavaria
Gallery (previously Progress Energy Art Gallery), now living near Munich, has
written a book about Bavarian cooking and her experiences there
blogger Karren Doll Tolliver.
well as to instruct home cooks in the art of Bavarian cuisine, A Travel for Taste: Germany presents
more than 50 authentic German recipes and how to successfully produce them in
your own kitchen.
photographer living near Munich, Germany. Aside from teaching English as a
second language, she is an avid cook and actively collects authentic family
recipes from people she meets during her experiences abroad. She posts weekly
blogs at www.ATravelForTaste.com
recounting her latest adventures and newfound recipes.
standard US units, as well as in their original metric units. In addition, she
has experimented and researched how to locate or make ingredients that may be
hard to find in the States.
with Tolliver’s own color photographs. It is thoroughly indexed and
Germany is available in print and Kindle versions on Amazon.com (http://www.amazon.com/Karren-Tolliver/e/B00J7LRUNI/ref=ntt_athr_dp_pel_1)
and many of Amazon’s international sites. In addition, readers can buy it from
Tolliver’s online store on CreateSpace.com (https://www.createspace.com/3573381).
Contact Karren Tolliver personally for other electronic versions. Links are as
are planning a trip, or are simply curious about customary dishes and drinks, A Travel for Taste: Germany will fill
you with delicious inspiration and cultural information. It’s a cookbook
designed to be read for pleasure, as much as it is to provide specific recipes.
. . a most enjoyable read.” – Ann
Martin, author and paper artist, Delaware, USA
time, and I swear each one is better than the previous one. Besides getting great food, I’m also
getting a wonderful history and geography lesson. The first recipe I tried was
the cucumber salad. It was great and reminded me of the salad my Nana used to
serve. I bought copies for my family members. Now they’ll have a great cookbook and learn about Bavaria at
the same time.” – Cyndie Smith,
professional jewelry artist and avid home cook, Lutz, Florida, USA
with her husband near Munich, Germany. She has a BA in English and holds a
Cambridge University certificate as a qualified teacher of English as a Second
Language (ESL). A freelance writer and photographer, Karren also currently
works as an ESL teacher online. In addition, she writes a weekly travel and
food blog titled “A Travel for Taste” at www.ATravelForTaste.com. She also
maintains a monthly ESL podcast called “Slow American English” at www.SlowAmericanEnglish.net.
New Port Richey Art Gallery (formerly Progress Energy Art Gallery) in New Port
Richey, Pasco County, Florida. During that time, she published the first book
in the “A Travel for Taste” series in 2008, which contained stories and recipes
from her time in the Czech Republic. Tolliver plans to continue the series with
stories and recipes from different regions of the world.
Tolliver’s author page at www.amazon.com/author/karrendolltolliver,
or contact Karren Doll Tolliver directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or
(German mobile phone number) +49 (0)175 584 2335. High-resolution photos and a
digital version of this press release are available at http://www.komnatachista.com/downloads/index.html.