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Would you rather spend your Italian vacation craning your neck under the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel or hunched over a porchetta sandwich? Eddie Lin of Deep End Dining has turned eating into a test of bravery, endurance, and cultural awareness, and now you can travel the world with his daring menu recommendations in your pocket. On October 23, Lonely Planet will release Extreme Cuisine: Exotic Tastes from Around the World.

LA Weekly