You want something authentic when you travel, but that usually means menus that aren’t printed in English or servers who might not have all the nuances of our weird language. That’s okay, here’s a little way to cheat: credit card sized, twenty-four page books that tell you how to read a menu in France, Spain, and Italy ($16). It has phrases, ingredients, local dining practices, and more. Plus it has rounded edges to prevent dog-ears. Oh, and no roaming charges!