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Eating With The Chefs

Swedish photographer Per-Anders Jörgense traveled around the world not to eat in the world´s most famous restaurants, but to document and photograph the chefs and staffers eating their daily meals before or after work. "Eating with the chefs"  is a beautifully illustrated book, it features "Family meals” behind closed restaurant doors and intimate scenes captured through exquisite photography at top restaurants including Noma, Le Chateaubriand and The French Laundry. The book also includes staff favorites easy-to-follow recipes.

Also available for purchase in Europe here




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HOT TUB CINEMA

Over the last couple of years we´ve shown you some cool and original experiences, remember the awesome Floating Cinema? and the crazy Dinner in the Sky? The Hot Tub Cinema concept combines relaxing hot tubs with good movies and cool places. You can book a hot tub together with your friends to bathe in while watching a movie! There are also individual tickets available to share a hot tub. The hot tubs are obviously cleaned, refilled and heated for every performance. ...
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FOLLOW ME TO

After going viral across the web with the inspiring #followmeto series, Russian photographer Murad Osmann, has now made the worldwide Internet sensation available in this new book - Follow Me To: A Journey around the World Through the Eyes of Two Ordinary Travelers. In the striking photo series, Murad Osmann follows his beautiful girlfriend Nataly Zakharova around the world showing the beauty and uniqueness of different locations. Paging through the book, readers jo...
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HELP JAPAN

The earthquake and tsunami have caused extensive and severe damage in Northeastern Japan. Let us all do our part to help the victims in Japan. Here are some ways to contribute to relief efforts in Japan: Google Crises Response, Red Cross, Mercy Corps, Save the Children....
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