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Anthony Bourdain's follow-up to Kitchen Confidential is a pretty good read.
There does not exist a human being or human enterprise that, when examined from just the right cynical angle, cannot be shown to be in some way ugly or corrupt.
Written in a very colloquial style, this book is an entertaining read, very easy to pick up up for a quick session.
Great read, despite it being a series of unrelated chapters. Bourdain writes vividly and with a sense of snarky humor that is tough to top.Published 10 days ago by TheSagest
I haven't read the book yet, but the title is incredibly appropriate. Mr. Bourdain's restaurant serves up raw meat. That's not undercooked meat, it's uncooked meat. Read morePublished 22 days ago by XXX
Just finished this one and it is more fun reading from AB. Like the others it's a bit like Travels With Charlie written by Hunter Thompson as a Chef, if that makes any sense. Read morePublished 22 days ago by S. Koue
I've read a bunch of Tony's books and I had a hard time getting into this one but from the midway point on it got really good. Read morePublished 23 days ago by David Young
Interesting read if you like Bourdain and his style otherwise don't botherPublished 28 days ago by sidewrds
There are no clunkers in this book of essays about the food world by Anthony Bourdain. Each one is fascinating and revealing, both of the subject and of the author.Published 1 month ago by Mike Suchcicki
Being a restaurant owner I enjoyed Medium Raw very much, much better than Kitchen Confidential which was great. Read morePublished 1 month ago by DMZ6