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Kitchen Confidential Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly kindle å Paperback read º feedmarkformulate À ❴KINDLE❵ ❆ Kitchen Confidential Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly Author Anthony Bourdain – A deliciously fuA deliciously funny delectably shocking banuet of Adventures in Kindle #180 wild but true tales of life in the culinary trade from Chef Anthony Bourdain laying o I love food and I love hot sexy chefs with potty mouthsI remember first discovering Anthony Bourdain on the Food Network many years ago It was 3am and I was unable to sleep and here was this brooding hot piece of ass chain smoking and touring Russia I never remembered his name but he haunted my dreams until I re discovered him years later on the Travel Channel show No Reservations In Kitchen Confidential he is able to translate his sultry self onto paper But he is not just a piece of meat my friends He is a very good writer with a uit wit and he conveys a passion that touched my fill in the blank like no other Anthony Bourdain pretty much despises vegetarians but I do not hold it against him In fact he makes me wish I was a heartless carnivore like him And we would eat steak tartar together and take bathes together in a pool of goats blood I've said too much I'm sorry

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Ut his than a uarter century of drugs sex and haute cuisine now with all new never before published materialNew York Chef Tony Bourdain gives away secrets of the I don't know you see how a normal person acts I don't know how to behave outside my kitchen I don't know the rules I'm aware of them sure but I don't care to observe them any because I haven't had to for so many years Okay I can put on a jacket go out for dinner and a movie and I can eat with a knife and fork without embarrassing my hosts But can I really behave I don't knowI can't explain why it's taken me this long—nearly 20 years since it was published—to read Anthony Bourdain's Kitchen Confidential Having attended culinary school I'm fairly obsessed with all things cooking related and consider myself to be a bit of a foodie I was also an enormous Bourdain fan religiously watching his television appearances and loving his take no prisoners philosophy when it came to adventurous eating not something we shared per se Yet only now in the few months since his shocking suicide did I sit down to read his nearly 20 year old look at his journey to executive chef the knowledge he gained and the trouble he stepped into time after timeWhile certainly it's a little eerie and a little sad to read a memoir by someone who subseuently dies that didn't spoil my enjoyment of this terrific brash funny and at times introspective book Bourdain was a natural storyteller—not only did he use food to tell the stories he and his bosses wanted to create but he also loved to talk about the ways the culinary world has changed through the years how what restaurants serve and what people eat has changed and how the role of the chef has changed with itUnlike many memoirs Bourdain was never afraid to admit his flaws his transgressions his pet peeves all of which served to make him human and make his story compelling I loved everything about this book—from his days of being a cocky young man thinking he knew and could do than those who had been cooking for years to his struggles to find the chef's job in a restaurant where he felt he belonged for than a few weeks He doesn't skimp on his addictions to cocaine heroin and whatever else he could find and he was candid about how those problems nearly ruined his life and his careerWhile there are moments of vulnerability there are moments of humor mischief and tons of information about the life of a chef at least in 2000 and why some restaurants and chefs succeed while others fail The infamous chapter From Our Kitchen to Your Table in which he warns of some restaurant tricks to get rid of older food although not all of the things he discusses are still true today is terrific if not a little bit disturbing How can you not love a book in which the author says Vegetarians and their Hezbollah like splinter faction the vegans are a persistent irritant to any chef worth a damn To me life without veal stock pork fat sausage organ meat demi glace or even stinky cheese is a life not worth living I guess if you're a vegetarian or vegan you might take umbrageI love Bourdain's writing style so I'll definitely be picking up some of the other books he wrote Even if you're not an aspiring chef or a foodie or even a home cook you may enjoy this simply for the pleasure of hearing his words which are so vivid you probably can imagine him reading them to you It's a great book for cooking pros and novices alikeSure reading Kitchen Confidential made me sad as I realized once again the magnitude of Bourdain's loss But I'm also so happy he left such a rich legacy in print on television and of course in foodSee all of my reviews at itseithersadnessoreuphoriablogspotcom or check out my list of the best books I read in 2017 at

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