In the Magazines: May 2012
We've added a few titles to the May roundup because something is in the air: The travel magazines are all about food, and the food magazines are all about travel. Hey, no one's complaining.
- New Orleans on a Roll: Bruce Aidells gives us a rundown on the muffuletta, an iconic sandwich of bread, cured meat, cheese, and olive salad dressing.
Get It: Subscribe to Afar.
On the Cover: 50 foodie favorites (some known, some unknown) in the Insider's Guide to Paris. (Next week, we'll roll out BA executive editor Christine Muhlke's story-behind-the-story.)
- In Adam Sachs' latest Obsessivore adventure, he transforms his Chinatown rooftop into a Japanese pop-up restaurant. (We've had the pleasure of eating at his table. It's always a pretty much like that: extravagant and memorable.)
- Fantasy Island: Chef Melia Marden recaps her family vacation to the Greek islands, complete with recreational painting and picnics by boat.
Get It: Subscribe to Bon Appetit.
- London Goes Electric: Kate Maxwell covers the East End, where the creative class is taking over with hot new restaurants, digital start-ups, and futuristic art galleries.
Get It: Subscribe to Condé Nast Traveler.
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On the Cover: Culture A to Z is a compendium of everything from Australia's Wild Public Art Walk (Melbourne's Docklands) to the new ziggurats (Kingdom Tower in Saudi Arabia and Burj Mubarak Al-Kabir in Kuwait), visiting jazzman Jason Moran along the route.
Your Own Private Tuscany: Lee Marshall rounds up ten great Italian villas, including La Bandita. (Want to go behind the scenes? Read the hilarious Innkeeper's Tales that La Bandita's John Voigtmann wrote for us.)
Get It: Subscribe to Food & Wine.
- Traveling with animal companions — a basic right? Or just plain inconsiderate? Christopher Elliott, another one of our favorite travel bloggers, considers both sides of the touchy topic.
Get It: Subscribe to National Geographic Traveler.
- Five Ultimate Foodie Getaways: Gastronomic itineraries include Rome's best gelaterias and alfalfa-fed beef in Buenos Aires.
Get It: Subscribe to Travel + Leisure.