21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
delicious with a side of hilarity,
This review is from: Secrets of the Best Chefs: Recipes, Techniques, and Tricks from America's Greatest Cooks (Hardcover)
Most cookbooks have like 10 recipes that sound interesting if you're lucky, 5 recipes that sound like you might make, and 1, maybe 2 recipes you actually use. This cookbook has such a great variety from the chefs so I always find a new recipe I want to make each time I open it. And the recipes I've tried are great - a handful of recipes are already on my permanent dinner rotation, and there are a bunch I still can't wait to make. Also, it must be said that Adam is hilarious, as readers of his blog will know. Most cookbook writing feels stale, but his stories cooking with the chefs are not only funny, but manage to make the reader feel that they are getting to know the chefs and understand their cooking philosophy.