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Copyright 2000 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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I have watched Anthony Bourdain's television shows and always wondered what it would be like to work in a kitchen. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Chris Snow
Written by a man who tells it like it is. He does it with flair and a bit of comedy. But I like Bourdain's style and brashness. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Dusty Corrals
Highly entertaining in a street smart New York City style. Excellent light read for a flight or a train ride. You'd be hungry afterwards.Published 5 days ago by pearl chang
Great insight into the world of restaurant business by an interesting fellow. If you like the show you will love the book.Published 5 days ago by Finster
You will find out things about the resturant business that everyone needs to know but wishes were not true. It will change the way you approach dining outPublished 6 days ago by patricia mccommas
Excellent book. Well written, witty, laugh out loud, and honest. A couple of slow portions but overall very entertaining. I look forward to reading another book by TonyPublished 8 days ago by Pamela Alpert
Bourdain pulls back the curtain to give the reader a startling view of kitchen wizardry. Impassioned and often tawdry, this is not a read for the faint of heart, but if you find... Read morePublished 8 days ago by Albert Guzzo
Interesting insight into the world of professional kitchens. Enjoyed it a lot.Published 8 days ago by Norma R. Mcdonald
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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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