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  • Food and Beverage Managementby John Cousins; David Foskett; Andrew Pennington

    Goodfellow Publishers Ltd 2011; US$ 48.00

    This third edition of the best selling textbook Food & Beverage Management has been updated and revised to take account of current trends within these industries more...

  • How not to run a Hotelby Harry Pope

    Andrews UK 2011; US$ 4.49

    Basil Fawlty has reincarnated in Eastbourne as Harry Pope, he enters into a disastrous partnership with a Californian businessman, and buys a 28 bedroom hotel. He employs Polish, not Spanish, staff, blocks the purchase of a £10,000 ornamental fountain for the front garden, and enters into a hate relationship with Volvo estate drivers. He discovers... more...

  • How not to run the same Hotelby Harry Pope

    Andrews UK 2011; US$ 4.49

    The second in the series,‘You remember Harry Pope telling you in his previous book How Not to Run A Hotel? In this latest book, he gives you more advice. Did you know that interior designers have the letter Q in their name, and also wear designer scarves? No, neither did Harry until he received a call from out of the blue from his Californian... more...

  • Dining Guide to Japanby Boye Lafayette De Mente

    Tuttle Publishing 2011; US$ 12.95

    Dining in Japan is both an art and an adventure?an experience that is made memorable by the variety of unique dishes, their gourmet quality and the style in which they are served. The Dining Guide to Japan introduces novices to the appropriate etiquette for different restaurants, along with what to expect and how to order. This handy guide will... more...

  • Hide & Seek Sydney Feeling Peckish?by Hardie Grant Publishing

    Hardie Grant Books 2012; US$ 7.95

    Just like a Lady Gaga outfit, the Sydney food scene has become more exciting, colourful and quirkier than ever. No longer do you need to be cashed-up and dressed to the nines to have a decent meal. Hide & Seek Sydney: Feeling Peckish?, is a guide to 30 of the city’s hidden foodie treasures. Whether you’re after some of the best sushi outside... more...

  • Hospitality and Tourism Management Accountingby Helen Atkinson; Tracy Jones; Chris Cooper

    Goodfellow Publishers Ltd 2012; US$ 9.49

    Contemporary Tourism Reviews will provide you with critical, state-of-the-art surveys of all of the major areas of tourism study to people who are coming to a topic for the first time. The CTR series provides accessible and structured overviews to all areas of research in the broadly defined subject of tourism with links to original sources of information,... more...

  • Fast Foodby Justin Healey

    The Spinney Press 2012; US$ 22.50

    Australians spend about a third of their weekly household food budget on food prepared outside the home. These meals tend to be fast food and take-away, which are often high in saturated fats, salt and sugar. Excessive consumption of fast food contributes to obesity, heart disease and a range of other conditions. ‘Junk food’ should only be... more...

  • Great Australian Pubsby Lee Mylne

    Hardie Grant Books 2012; US$ 17.50

    Pubs are an integral part of Australia’s history, providing a stopping point for many thirsty travellers seeking a cold beer, a meal or a bed for the night. And what better way to learn about the place you’re passing through than at the bar or on the verandah of a pub that has been welcoming travellers for more than 100 years? Great Australian... more...

  • Bistros of Parisby Robert Hamburger; Barbara Hamburger

    HarperCollins 2010; Not Available

    Now fully revised and updated, this popular guide and compendium of good eating captures the true character and flavor of the most intimate and affordable eating establishments Paris has to offer. Classified as either traditional or modern, these bistros and wine bars are located by arrondisement (neighborhood) and rated for their quality and reliability.... more...

  • Restaurant and Moreby Entrepreneur magazine

    Entrepreneur Press 2012; US$ 49.00

    Restaurant sales are expected to hit $511 billion this year. More people than ever are dining out. Average Joes are becoming "foodies" after exposure to the celebrity chefs and exotic ingredients on TV's Food Network. Busy consumers don't have the time or inclination to cook--they want the flavor of fresh bread without the hassle of baking. They want... more...