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My Last Supper: 50 Great Chefs and Their Final Meals / Portraits, Interviews, and Recipes Hardcover – October 16, 2007
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Starred Review. Dunea, an award-winning photographer, wrote to 50 famous chefs and asked them to describe their ideal last meal. Their answers, compiled in this weirdly absorbing and gorgeously designed volume, range from the comforting (Lidia Bastianich bids adieu over a plate of linguini and clams) to the cheekily self-aggrandizing (Laurent Tourondel wants nothing more than a BLT sandwich from his own restaurant). The meals are curiosities, and the few recipes included are pleasant enough; it's the photographs of each chef that make this book so irresistible. One needn't have heard of them, much less dined in their restaurants, to appreciate their portraits: from a graceful Gabrielle Hamilton nursing her son to a dashing Guillaume Brahimi reclining in front of the Sydney Opera House, each image is iconic, surprising, and quite often, oddly appetizing. Marcus Samuelsson poses, impishly, in a Japanese-style headband made of salmon; Wylie Dufresne leans like a centerfold on a table stacked with American cheese; and Anthony Bourdain poses totally nude, strategically wielding a butchered leg bone. But perhaps no picture is more memorable than Dan Barber's, a soft-featured New York chef, posing alongside a massive boar named Boris. His last meal is rack of boar, of course: "If I'm going, so is Boris."
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“The format suggests coffee-table book, but this sumptuous feast of portraits, interviews and recipes is more like a banquet-table book” ―Kirkus
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And the recipes...oh yeah...I don't cook very well, but the recipes made me want to learn a little.
The book itself is a fascinating journey into the minds of today's culinary leaders. It makes an exellent gift for a chef or anyone with a special interest in the gourmet food & beverage industry. There is a second volume of 50 additional chef profiles available by the same author.