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Food and Travel

Summer 2019

Food & Travel is so much more than food. It offers opportunities that unveil joy in outdoor excursions, adventure expeditions, family getaways, and long weekend escapes.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Food and Travel Inc.
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IN THIS ISSUE

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the savory summer & fall

This summer/fall issue of Food & Travel brings with it articles that are designed to excite the culinary traveler. After all, traveling to various destinations in order to experience different cuisines is an exciting adventure for all foodies, and one that never gets old or boring. Our writers understand that food and travel often go hand in hand, especially given the fact that a majority of travelers cite culinary options as a major reason why they choose one travel destination over another. It’s hard to imagine traveling to a destination that only offers limited food options. You’ll discover fascinating culinary adventures throughout the magazine, including a feature on the “World’s Top Cooking Vacations” in this issue. You’ll meet innovative chefs, while also being introduced to a Dallas neighborhood where food reigns supreme…

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food and travel

PUBLISHERSAM WATTAM V.P. ADVERTISINGWILLIAM PREVATT WLLIAMP@FOODANDTRAVELINC.COM EDITORROGER SANDS EDITOR@FOODANDTRAVELINC.COM WRITERSROGER SANDSCHRIS HOOKERJED VAUGHNLAURIE JO MILLER FARR SPECIAL CONTRIBUTORS Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Executive Chef Rolf Fliegauf, Ricky Lund, Executive Chef of The Kitchen and The Kitchen Counter by Wolfgang Puck, Chef de Cuisine Chad Yamamoto, Chef Francois Morabito, Chef Marc Therrien, Joseph Thomas Jr., Brandon Matzek, Kevin Curry, Jessie May Snyder PRODUCTION DESIGNKYEDEN FAITH ARTWORK@FOODANDTRAVELINC.COM PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORJASMINE RAYNE DIGITAL DIRECTORJONATHAN GRAY DIGITAL@FOODANDTRAVELINC.COM SUBSCRIPTION MANAGEMENTCHRIS KLEIN SUBSCRIPTIONS@FOODANDTRAVELINC.COM…

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amazing appetizers

Korean Fried Chicken 100 Sails Restaurant & Bar, Prince Waikiki Hotel, Honolulu, Hawaii Executive Chef Joseph Almoguera created K.F.C. from one of his favorite choices of a Hawaiian “plate lunch,” Korean Fried Chicken, but as a vegetarian option that substitutes cauliflower for chicken. The chef went plant-based creating his version of Korean Fried Chicken by using locally sourced ingredients. Cauliflower is cut into florets, dipped in tempura batter and then deep fried crispy. The flavors are fresh, savory, sweet, garlicky and spicy. These flavors pair very well with any of Hawaii’s craft beers. Guests trying it for the first time are surprised of how cauliflower can be a flavorful bite. The Betsy Crabcake Chef Laurent Tourondel LT Steak and Seafood, The Betsy-South Beach, Miami, Florida A diner’s favorite across the table, the Betsy Crabcake…

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in the know vip

Nestled in the heart ofEast Dallas, Deep Ellum is a small neighborhood that is not what a traveler pictures when they think Texas. While the streets are home to some of the best restaurants the city has to offer, it’s the energy and vibrancy that make the area special. Nearly every available brick wall is covered in murals or graffiti, while at night, music blasts from inside the bars as streetlights illuminate the packed sidewalks. In addition to the fabulous cuisine featured below, Deep Ellum is also home to the historic Bomb Factory, a concert venue that reopened in 2015 and has seen numerous rock band and hip hop legends take its stage. For tourists to Dallas, there is no better place to spend an evening than in the artsy…

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the art of cooking vacations

Sea Foraging involves a culinary ocean adventure experience guests sea-forage in the Bay of Banderas for kelp and mollusks, followed by a handson cooking class where they learn to prepare their sea fare. The Catch and Cook experience teaches guests the proper freediving and octopus fishing techniques. Once you secure your fresh catch, it is transported back to the resort and presented to the chef, whoguides you through the preparation of signature octopus dishes. Culinary Roots celebrates the flavors of pre-Hispanic cooking. Create a traditional meal outdoors in the Iku Garden. You’ll use indigenous ingredients and equipment inspired by ancient times, including an underground oven and a molcajete (mortar). Gullah-Geechee Cooking Experience, French Quarter Inn Charleston, South Carolina Gullah-Geechee are descendants of West Africans brought to South Carolina as slaves in the…

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culinary casinos

• Resorts World Catskills Casino Resort • The Venetian Resort, Las Vegas, Nevada • Mount Airy Casino Resort Mount Pocono, PA • Atlantis, Paradise Island, Bahamas • Empire City Casino, Yonkers, New York Perhaps more than any other destination, casinos are specifically designed to let your fantasies unwind. However, gambling and flashy shows featuring big name acts aren’t the only reasons that people visit casinos. In order to attract guests, casinos have upped the ante in terms of culinary offerings. Once known as a place to dine at cheap buffets, casinos now offer gourmet meals that are often prepared by celebrity chefs. And while most casinos provide the same type of gaming options, their menus are as diverse as the culinary philosophy of the chefs themselves. Gamers who appreciate the fine art of cooking can…

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