Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly (updated edition)
Pages no: 310
, Food And Drink
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, Biography Memoir
, Food Writing
How to best describe this book…If you enjoy eating out in restaurants for the mere pleasure and prestige of attending a social function, don’t read this book. You’re not grownup enough to understand life. It will shatter your nicely self-constructed illusions.If you enjoy eating out in restaurants...
I read the Kindle version, and there were a few annoying things about the formatting (periods in the middles of sentences, clauses missing an em dash), that I presume are artifacts of the automated e-book-ification process, and aren't a problem in the actual book.BUT there were also a few annoying t...
Here's what I love about Bourdain: He's snarky and brutally honest. Readers never have to wonder where he stands on any subject. His honesty has forced me look at kitchens and chefs in an entirely new way. At dinner the other night, I couldn't help but wonder if they threw all steaks ordered "well d...