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|Length: 321 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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Since I don't work in a restaurant, it's not as relevant to me as other audiences. It is good to know his personal history such as education and linguistic abilities as we really... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Julie J. Condon
Have known many Chefs like Anthony for those not familiar with the Restaurant Industry it is a must readPublished 4 days ago by Anthony M. Cervantes
Great book. Great voice. Great guy. Thoroughly enjoyed this book!Published 4 days ago by A. Martinez
Really enjoyed reading this storyofAnthony Bourdain's career. A lot of insight into the world before you get your meal. Read morePublished 5 days ago by rosanne
Wry, irreverent, filled with cringe-worth descriptions of professional kitchens and wildly entertaining.Published 6 days ago by M. Postell
Thoroughly interesting words from a man of extensive experience in the kitchen. Great for fans of food, cooking, and interesting true stories.Published 6 days ago by Zack
Just a fun read about choosing a career, making mistakes, and cooking. Very humerous. I will probably never look at a restaurant (and its employees) the same way ever again.Published 7 days ago by Thomas Roberts
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I didn't read the original, but the updated edition includes a preface, written by Bourdain in 2000. It basically is a little update regarding his activities since he wrote KC, and that he had been doing less at Les Halles.
IMO not worth buying if you have the previous edition. Just pull it off... Read More
Sep 18, 2007 by Stephanie Wien | See all 4 posts
|Who is Bigfoot?||
Bigfoot is absolutely Andy Menschel. I worked as a waitress in this restaurant with Tony and all of the people/characters in the book. Good times, that place. ;-)
Jul 11, 2010 by Deborah Eble | See all 7 posts
Ditto, what are they really "updating"? I wish they would at least disclose what errors they are fixing instead of being secretive about it. I want to know if it's really an "error" they are updating, or some sort of rewrite. I'll give Amazon credit for one thing: at least... Read More
Dec 21, 2010 by D. Joyce | See all 2 posts
|Who is Silver Shadow?||
This is not correct
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