A Cook's Tour: Global Adventures in Extreme Cuisines
Publish date: September 17th 2010
Pages no: 292
Edition language: English
, Food And Drink
, Food Writing
My Goodreads account is not keeping up with my books currently reading. I started this on Saturday (December 9th) and finished it yesterday. Anthony Bourdain is always a good read to me. I really loved his first memoir, Kitchen Confidential. I think due to what is going on in the U.S. right now, I h...
Before No Reservations, Anthony Bourdain did a short-lived series with much the same premise for the Food Network. There was an actual plot, of sorts: the search for the perfect meal. From reading the book, it seems like he gave up on that as impossible idea early on and just enjoyed himself. From t...
My husband is an avowed Food Network addict. From his game of playing Spot the Pot (finding his favorite Le Creuset dutch oven used by his favorite chefs) to his laughter at mocking Rachael Ray's lousy tipping, Food Network shows occupy approximately half our evening television watching. Every so of...
A solid 4 stars. I took my time reading. Savouring each chapters slowly. I still like his style, take no prisoners, it's an adventure, let's go and have fun type of writing. Bourdain loves food. I mean, really, really loves foods and it shows. I especially liked the trip down memory lane in France a...
After loving "Kitchen Confidential" I fully expected to find this one captivating as well. Unfortunately not only wasn't that the case, but after having read 100 pages, I realized I was still bored by it and waiting for the book to take off. Life is too short for books like that, so I'm going to exe...
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