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Comfort Me with Carbs: A Baker's Dozen of Recipes from Hotels We Love Around the World

by Team Fathom
baking Photo by JNadya Spetnitskaya / Unsplash.

Wouldn't it be amazing, we thought, to combine two of our favorite things, cooking and traveling?

Add another one of our favorite things — bread — and it's a recipe for happiness.

We took a spin around the globe and picked up a baker's dozen of delicious offerings from hotels we love around the world. (The one extra is from a chef we love in NYC.) And we made sure the recipes are easy enough for home bakers. Happy baking!

Photo by Sam-Linsell/courtesy of Angama Mara.

Maasai Honey Biscuits

From Angama Mara in Kenya.

Photo courtesy of Uxua Casa Hotel and Spa.

Pão de Queijo

From Uxua Casa Hotel and Spa in Trancoso, Brazil.

Photo courtesy of The Little Nell.

Parker House Rolls

From Element 47 at The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado, USA.

Photo courtesy of The Doyle Collection.

Guinness Bread

From The Bloomsbury, a Doyle Collection hotel in London, England.

Photo courtesy of One&Only Cape Town.

Banana Bread

From One&Only Cape Town, South Africa.

Photos by Marco Canora.


Our one non-hotel recipe comes from chef Marco Canora of Hearth and Brodo in New York City.

Photo by Sybil Pool.

Horiatiko (Rustic Bread)

From Kalesma in Mykonos, Greece.

Photo courtesy of Topper's at The Wauwinet.

Brown Bread

From Topper's at The Wauwinet, Nantucket, Massachusetts, USA.

Photo by Jason Smith/Flickr.

English Crumpets

From The Beaumont in London, England.

Khobz, Traditional Arabic Bread

From Heure Bleue Palais in Essaouria, Marrakech.

Photo courtesy of COMO Hotels And Resorts.

Real Toast

From COMO Shambhala Estate in Bali, Indonesia.

Photo courtesy of Rocco Forte Hotels.

German Wheat Bread

From The Charles Hotel in Munich, Germany.

Photo courtesy of The Allison Inn & Spa in Oregon Wine Country

Brioche Loaf

From The Allison Inn & Spa in Oregon Wine Country, Newberg, Oregon, USA.

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