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Where Chefs Eat

How about this…a Guide to Chefs Favorite Restaurants! Book publisher Phaidon has just released the first international restaurant guidebook by the real insiders, with over 400 of the worlds top chefs. The book reveals over 2,000 personal recommendations by chefs of their top places to eat in all major cities around the world, from burger joints, late-night snacks, to high-end restaurants. Its like having a top chef as your best friend to give you advice whenever you need to book a reservation...Watch the video

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READ THIS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS OF PEOPLE | Image

READ THIS IF YOU WANT TO TAKE GREAT PHOTOGRAPHS OF PEOPLE

After great success with "Read This If You Want To Take Great Photographs”, photographer Henry Carroll is back with the hotly anticipated follow-up "Read This If You Want to Take Great Photographs of People”, a book that tackles the subject of portrait photography using the same fresh, straightforward, and jargon-free approach that made his first book a popular bestseller. The book covers topics such as composition, context, street photography, black-and-white versu...
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TILT | HANCOCK CENTER CHICAGO | Image

TILT | HANCOCK CENTER CHICAGO

Chicago´s latest heart racing attraction just opened at more than a thousand feet in the air of the John Hancock Center. Tilt is an eight person glass enclosure that tilts visitors forward for a unique perspective of the citys The Magnificent Mile. Visitors to Chicago will now be able to experience unsurpassable views whilst the platform slowly moves outward to an adventurous angle above the Windy City. That´s if you can stomach it. watch the video of Tilt in action...
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CHALKBOARD SLATE COASTERS | KEEP TRACK OF YOUR DRINK | Image

CHALKBOARD SLATE COASTERS | KEEP TRACK OF YOUR DRINK

With these Chalk it Up Chalkboard Slate Coasters, no more... "which is my glass?" or " whose glass is this?" you can now keep track of your drink, you will never have to worry about whose drink is whose. The coasters are personalized with guests names at dinner parties, just write on the slate with the provided chalk. You can then easily clean them with a damp sponge for the next happy hour session. Set comes complete with four slate coasters, two pieces of chalk an...
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