PENSACOLA, Fla., Dec. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bangkok's food scene is sizzling hot in every sense of the word. TCO lists Bangkok's top restaurants and areas with the most sought-after street food. Even more adventurous cuisine is explored with Canadian celebrities, Chefs Run Wild, who sample everything from Gaeng Massamum to fried bugs and cobra hearts.
Peru is the origin of 7,000 different types of potatoes, 35 varieties of corn, 15 different species of tomatoes, 20 native fruits, and peanuts! No wonder International uber chef Ferran Adria calls Peruvian cuisine "the future of gastronomy." TCO features the best Lima and Cusco restaurants along with authentic Peruvian recipes.
Budapest is loved world-wide for its savory Goulash or Gulyas. TCO provides recipes from Hungarian Chef Sandor Zombori, who also shares his favorite restaurants in the city.
New Orleans native son Chef John Besh, owns eight of the city's best restaurants. In a chat with TCO he discusses his love for NOLA, future plans and why he's not so crazy about cooking competitions. He also opens up his farm in Lacombe for a TCO tour.
Atlanta's chefs have tweaked, expanded, reinvented and lovingly turned traditional southern cooking inside-out. TCO tells where to find the best dishes and interviews Bravo TV Top Chef Richard Blais, who provides recipes from his new cookbook.
Paris offers some of the world's best dining in the most romantic settings. TCO offers restaurant recommendations guaranteed to beguile any visitor. And for La grande finale there are wine and cheese pairings to help readers bring Paris home.
Looking for a really sweet finish? Chef Marisa Churchill's recipe for Old-Fashioned Fudge Cake (originally developed during her Bravo TV Top Chef competition) is featured in TCO's special issue on Day Trips. It's the perfect dessert for quick get-aways or to savor while browsing TCO for travel inspiration.
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