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Instead of constructing tonight’s dinner out of three-day-old fridge leftovers, let these recipes inspire you to indulge in life’s little luxuries as seen in swanky hotels—heavy silverware and monogrammed napkins not included.

No one likes being taken for a tourist. Even if we’re thousands of miles from our usual hangouts, we often want to believe we belong in a place, no matter how briefly we’re visiting or how fanciful the idea. Fine hotels give us a sense that we matter in any location—the very purpose of their existence, after all, is to tend to our needs, make us feel at home and indulge our every childish whim as dotingly as any grandmother.

  • Words by:
    Travis Elborough
  • Recipe:
    Diana Yen
  • Photographs by:
    Anders Schønnemann
  • Set Design by:
    Sofie Brünner
  • Food Styling:
    Mikkel Karstad

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  • Words by:
    Travis Elborough
  • Recipe:
    Diana Yen
  • Photographs by:
    Anders Schønnemann
  • Set Design by:
    Sofie Brünner
  • Food Styling:
    Mikkel Karstad
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