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Food And An Open Flame: A Photo Feast Of Barbecue

Extreme grilling, Kota Bharu in Kelantan, Malaysia. Credit: David Hagerman

Extreme grilling, Kota Bharu in Kelantan, Malaysia. Credit: David Hagerman

As summer approaches and temperatures warm, thoughts turn to grilling and eating outside. Here, in celebration of the season of barbecues and picnics, are some images from Asia and Turkey of food prepared over open fires and feasts in the great outdoors.

More Zester Daily stories with slideshows from David Hagerman:

» The Heart of Lao Cuisine

» The Turkish Breakfast Club

» Endangered Thai Treasure

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» Fire up the grill: choosing and using grills

» Cool food from hot coals: preparing the fire

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Main photo: Extreme grilling, Kota Bharu in Kelantan, Malaysia. Credit: David Hagerman



Penang, Malaysia-based American photographer David Hagerman shoots food and travel for Saveur, the New York Times Travel Section, Wall Street Journal Asia, SBS Feast and other publications. Over the past year he has been photographing in home kitchens and traditional bakeries for the cookbook "Istanbul and Beyond,'' forthcoming from Rux Martin Books/Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. When not on assignment, David teaches food and travel photography workshops in Turkey and Asia. Follow him on Instagram at @DaveHagerman.

2 COMMENTS
  • Nate @ House of Annie 6·27·13

    What is cooking in the coconut shell?

  • Dave 6·27·13

    Nate,

    That’s shrimp paste at a beach side restaurant in Koh Samui, Thailand. Captions for all the photos can be activated at the lower right of the slideshow.

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