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Chefs Travels: Feeding Your Wanderlust

by Team Fathom

Around the world on the plate. Photo: Left, courtesy of Bar Tartine; right, by Ellen Silverman.

This week we're spotlighting chefs with new cookbooks — and their recipes and travels along with their books. Go behind the scenes and into the kitchens. And bring an appetite for discovery.

18 Cookbooks to Feed Your Wanderlust

Chefs are probably the happiest travelers. These new cookbooks will have you cooking your way around the world. Don't forget to pack your knives.

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WIN! A Culinary Trip of a Lifetime to the Amalfi Coast

Crystal-clear waters, scenic vistas, and incredible cuisine. We're giving away a dream vacation to Italy.

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InstaTrip: 15 Meals Chefs Eat on the Road

Where do big-name chefs eat, shop, and snack when traveling out and about?

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Where We Go When We're Sick of Italian in NYC

The team behind some of the best food and wine in downtown Manhattan tell us where to go when they need something other than pasta.

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Cook Like a Downtown Italian: A Recipe for Whole Wheat Spaghetti with Broccoli Rabe Pesto

Whole wheat pasta. Leafy greens. Nutty pesto. Everyone's happy.

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In Focus: A Cuban Food and Love Story

Sometimes a place grabs you and gets under your skin, and so it is with me and Cuba. I was mesmerized by the color, texture, and rhythm of everything that I saw.

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Where to Find Cuba in Miami

The heart of Miami's exile community is built like a music box and surrounded by water. You have the feeling it will unmoor and float away at any moment.

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Warm Up with Some Cuban: A Recipe for Garbanzo Stew

Winter is coming. Time to learn to warm up with a rich and hearty Cuban dish.

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A Stroll Through Chef Marcus Samuelsson's Stockholm

The more I became interested in food, and especially in restaurants, the more I wanted to be in Stockholm to check out the scene and to chase new flavors.

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Marcus Samuelsson in Your Kitchen: A Recipe for Dill-Spiced Salmon

Cancel dinner plans. Stay in tonight. Cozy up with this simple, comfortable Swedish weeknight dish.

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A Conversation with Massimo Bottura, Superstar Intellectual Italian Chef

I am very interested in personal cooking; not in national or regional cooking. I want to feel that the chef is there, somewhere, in that recipe, speaking to me, asking me to change my point of view.

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Live Well in London the Hemsley + Hemsley Way

When it comes to healthy living, Vogue's healthy darlings walk the walk.

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Hemlsey + Hemsley in Your Kitchen: A Recipe for Chicken Tinola

A nutrient-rich, wholly restorative chicken soup with a Filipino twist.

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10 Awesome Things About Portland from Recycled Skateboards to Intoxicating Leather

Chef Matt Christanson from the Nines Hotel knows where to unearth the best in PDX.

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Color, Crunch, and Calcium: A Recipe for Rabe and Romanesco Salad

The celebrated chef from The Nines Hotel in Portland has a way with vegetables.

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Fathom Questionnaire: Dalia Dogmoch Soubra

The Syrian chef and restaurateur shares her travel rituals, souvenirs, and memories. Not to mention her avorite hotel amenity. "A club sandwich. I rate the hotel by how good the club sandwich is."

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From Dalia's Kitchen: Halawe and Pistachio Ice Cream

A sweet French-Middle-Eastern mash-up of the crowd-pleasing variety.

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A Gastronomic Tour of Venice with Gritti Palace Chef Daniele Turco

Start the day shopping for vegetables at the Rialto market; end it with aperitivi in Santa Margherita. This is Venice for epicures.

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Cook Like a Venetian: A Recipe for Red Shrimp Carpaccio With Ginger Gelato

Just because you can't spend the night at the legendary Gritti Palace hotel doesn't mean you can't eat as if you were there.

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