Today, some of the country's most exciting chefs hail from distant shores and they're infusing their restaurants' menus with the flavors of their heritage. Featuring the recipes of forty top foreign-born chefs, this book presents dishes from luminaries including Dominique Crenn (France), Michael Solomonov (Israel), Marcus Samuelsson (Ethiopia/Sweden), Corey Lee (Korea), and Daniela Soto-Innes (Mexico). Learn how to make Thai Dang's shrimp with sweet onions and Vietnamese coriander; Emma Bengtsson's salmon gravlax and lovage; and Miro Uskokovic's Hungarian pancake torte. These chefs are running the kitchens of the country's most exciting restaurants and each of them has a compelling story to tell, from tackling economic injustice to redefining restaurant culture. With mouthwatering photography and short contributions from America's leading food writers, this sumptuous, global, and inspiring cookbook brings a world of flavor into home kitchens.