Round-the-world adventure rider Allan Karl kicked off his WorldRider book tour in Columbus, Ohio, recently. Speaking to several different groups, signing books and talking with patrons, Allan, delighted the crowds with tales of his adventures.
His book, Forks: A Quest for Culture, Cuisine and Connection, is unique in that it not only tells the stories of his travels, but also offers up recipes from the countries he visited in his three-year, five-continent motorcycle adventure. His plan is to offer a sampling of a recipe at each of his stops. In Columbus, with the help of one of the local restaurants in the North Market, he offered a Fattoush salad to the audience. The recipe comes from the Middle East.
Allan plans to visit many more cities in the USA in the coming months. Check his web site for a location near you. WorldRider.
See you on the highway.
2 Replies to “Allan Karl begins his World Rider book tour”
So great to meet new friends, share stories and tasty food in Columbus! Thank you Brent from making the journey from Cincinnati so we could finally meet for the first time – face-to-face and being part of the first stop on the FORKS book tour. Thanks for the photos!!! Looking forward to the continued connection!
Yes. It was great to meet you. Lin and I had fun going to North Market and seeing you. The Fattoush salad was fantastic. That’s a brilliant idea to have samples of recipes from the book at your events.