Antarctic Sundays is a book of adventure, food, and photography in a place that can only be described as remarkable. Zane Hacker spent 14 months living at Mawson Station, this book follows his journey and is memoir, travel, and cookery rolled into a visual wonder. Antarctic Sundays takes the reader from the breathtaking highs of the Antarctic environment and scenery to the challenges of a young adult/chef living in a remote and isolated community. It is an honest and frank account of a life few of us get to experience. Through brilliant photos, and a weekly email, Zane takes readers to places most only dream about. Throw in some delicous food and this account will delight all your senses. Plus the recipes are easy to follow with plenty of tips. Antarctic Sundays is a snapshot of where the world can take you in the space of a just a year with an abundance of natural wildlife wonders along the way.