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101 Things I Learned in Culinary School Hardcover – May 20, 2010
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A few of my favorite entries include, "Five Knives do 95 percent of the work," "Fresh fish smells like the water it came from, old fish smells like fish," "Boil, shock, drain (pertaining to cooking vegetables)," and "Don't hesitate to recommend a beer pairing (i.e. pairing isn't just for wines)."
It coalesces information by subject into condensed packets. Some pages are brief, yet effective. Other pages can inspire you into hours of research. This book has opened my eyes to a whole new realm of culinary possibility.
Best of all. Its an easy and quick read.
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Gives me an insight into the life/schooling...whether I want to commit to.Published 2 months ago by JAWS
Truly, what a fun book. 101 hint, tricks, quotes, and generally handy factoids for cooks of all levels and inclinations. Read morePublished 4 months ago by R. L. Johnson
The book is awesome...Chef Eguaras is one of my favorite and funny instructor I have ever met..Kudos Chef!Published 4 months ago by Humphrey Karanja Muthoni
great book, full of useful information and covers more than just the basicsPublished 8 months ago by Jason LePinske
One of the most useful tools I have purchased since starting culinary school...simple and easy to follow. Will help anyone who is a student..or just likes to cook at home!! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Lydia Chan
Very good and informative, a lot of helpful tips, lessons and quips.Published 12 months ago by David A. Lamc