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The 4-Hour Chef by Tim Ferriss is truly amazing!
There is so much information I like to read the book one time through, and then go back and pick out some of the things that I want to start using.
This book combines Tim's learning technique, that can be used to learn anything and applies it to cooking.
Excellent read. Tons of useful methods that apply to learning practically anythingPublished 22 hours ago by Matthew Johnson
Not his best book but I did get quite a bit out of it. Probably got through less of this one than his previous two books.Published 1 day ago by Nicholas Keith
Cooked the first lesson (braised lamb) on my first date with a lovely lady, and she was impressed. A few weeks later I was toying around with some of of the other lessons, and she... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Chris
I was disappointed that the slipcover of the book was damaged. As it was a gift I had no time to return it for a new one, so I wasn't very happy with my purchasePublished 3 days ago by Robyn Payne
Great tips and techniques that give you the confidence to try almost any recipe.Published 5 days ago by Alex Lozano
I bought this as a gift for my wife.
Apparently my wife is not interested in learning how to cook squirrels.
Of course, I LOVE THIS BOOK.
There is a lot to say about this 600+ page book. In a nutshell I loved it. Although it probably didn't improve my cooking much, the book was supremely entertaining. Read morePublished 7 days ago by James
It is impressive how a person specially at that age can achieve that amount of knowledge. I am really impress and highly recomend this and his other books.Published 11 days ago by Manuel M Urquiza Estrada
Disappointed in these books by Tim Ferriss, such a change from 4 Hour Work Week.Published 12 days ago by Online Marketer