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Great entertaining read . Funny, gritty & honest though towards the end I felt a little squeamish about authors ego . Loved the book until then ,Published 11 months ago by Sharebeauty
Wonderful window into the fast paced life of a chef. Enjoyed every page and makes me even more appreciative of my dinners out.Published 15 months ago by mary m miller
Well told, but not unique enough to stand out as one of my favorites. This is a tough way to make a living, even among the very talented.Published 19 months ago by Denver Hawkeye
Mr DeLucie tells it like it is in the world of a professional cook in the restaurant industry. I want go to New York right now to eat at The Waverly Inn.Published on July 5, 2014 by kbw
Very good - honest read, with very good restaurant insightfulness. Very good food information and one has to admire his ambitionPublished on August 20, 2013 by RITAS
"The Hunger" is an insider story of the education and rise of an Italian blue collar New York City cook. Read morePublished on October 28, 2010 by gfr1111
This story could be one of thousands, nothing John Delucie describes in this book made me think he knew anything about food, he was just good a scapping by and using people. Read morePublished on October 1, 2010 by Cheryl