Cook like a Michelin-starred chef in your own kitchen. From the shores of the Aegean to the islands of Asia to the east coast of Canada, we bring the world to you via our travels.
A secret recipe from a top chef is something any at-home cook with a penchant for mixing it up in their kitchen would love to get their dough-sticky hands on. Well, in our ever-expanding effort to bring the world to you via our travels, we've discovered that one much-lauded hotel group, Small Luxury Hotels of the World, has put together a cookbook, a collection of more than 200 recipes from more than 500 of its properties, in 80 countries.
And these aren't just any old recipes, mind you. More than 90 of the SLH properties have restaurants that carry Michelin stars and a variety of global recognition. Trust us, we've had the privilege of tasting Michelin-starred Nathan Outlaw's fare at The Capital in London (we couldn't resist stealing one the restaurant's recipes for you, too!). From the shores of the Aegean to the islands of Asia to the east coast of Canada, we've picked our favourite seven recipes for you to try at home.
Filip Boyen, CEO for SLH and former chef says: "The beauty of the Small Luxury Cookbook is that just like our hotels it offers something for everyone, whether they are an occasional, an aspiring or a proficient chef, while serving as a reminder that small, independent hotels also offer standout culinary offerings that can significantly add to the experience of staying there." All recipes come with step-by-step instructions, as well as alternative suggestions for any hard to source ingredients, to allow people to recreate the dishes at home.
Cook like a chef in your own kitchen? Why not.
Click through to get a taste of the Small Luxury Cookbook and get cooking!
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