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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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THE LEGO ARCHITECT

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Po Man Charcoal BBQ Grill

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EPIC BIKE RIDES OF THE WORLD

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