Caroline Eden begins the book Red Sands by writing about travelling through the Kyzylkum (“red sand”) Desert. Photo: Shutterstock Caroline Eden begins the book Red Sands by writing about travelling through the Kyzylkum (“red sand”) Desert. Photo: Shutterstock
Caroline Eden begins the book Red Sands by writing about travelling through the Kyzylkum (“red sand”) Desert. Photo: Shutterstock
Central Asia

Red Sands: food writer Caroline Eden’s journey through Central Asia, chronicling its flavours, people and sights

  • More travelogue than conventional cookbook, it is beautifully written an explores how food so often suits its surroundings
  • It contains recipes for dishes that Eden tasted along her way, including those for halva, plov and sour cherry borscht

Topic |   Central Asia
Caroline Eden begins the book Red Sands by writing about travelling through the Kyzylkum (“red sand”) Desert. Photo: Shutterstock Caroline Eden begins the book Red Sands by writing about travelling through the Kyzylkum (“red sand”) Desert. Photo: Shutterstock
Caroline Eden begins the book Red Sands by writing about travelling through the Kyzylkum (“red sand”) Desert. Photo: Shutterstock
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