The Traveler’s Cookbook

Cook While You Travel! Cooking tips and recipes written especially for travelers. Cook them in a hostel kitchen, or a vacation rental kitchen, wherever you are in the world.

The Traveler’s Cookbook: Giving Back

4 December 2010

Because this is the season for giving, I have been thinking about ways that I can use this platform to give back to the world, for what it has given me. Indeed, this cookbook would not have come about had I not had the opportunity to explore and experience the world, or at least part [...]

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The Traveler’s Cookbook: First Print Edition Now Available!

17 November 2010

The Traveler’s Cookbook is now available through lulu.com! The first print edition has just been released. At 48 full-color pages, the cookbook is a great size to tuck into your backpack or travel bag. Buy it now! $21.95 plus shipping The Traveler’s Cookbook is an e-cookbook for people who love to travel and to cook, [...]

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The Traveler’s Cookbook is Now Available!

10 November 2010

The Traveler’s Cookbook is now available! Click the Add to Cart button below, or check out the new The Traveler’s Cookbook page to read the details. It’s a 44-page interactive PDF, consisting of recipes, menus, shopping and cooking tips, measurement alternatives, spice kits, and more! The Traveler’s Cookbook is an e-cookbook for people who love [...]

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Have Spice Kit, Will Travel

31 October 2010

Cooking, I’ve discovered, is nearly impossible without some sort of oil or sauce, and a few spices. Ok, scratch that. It is possible, but it’s difficult, and dishes made without one or another of these things are often flavorless and uninteresting. A pinch of this and a dash of that, on the other hand, go [...]

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Natural Light: An E-Cookbook Project Update

28 October 2010

Looks Good Enough to Eat I’ve had a marathon cooking week. I’ve been cooking every recipe I’m including in the book, along with side dishes and desserts, so that I can photograph each dish before adding it to the cookbook. Food photography is tricky—the food must look appetizing above all else—so I’ve been playing with [...]

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