The Making of A Chef

Discussion in 'Cookbook Reviews' started by pumpkingrl, Mar 17, 2005.

  1. pumpkingrl

    pumpkingrl

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    While this isn't a cookbook, it is an eye-opener to what it takes to "master the heat at CIA in NY". I'm about 3/4 into the book and Michael Ruhlman, a food journalist, takes an inside peak at CIA by becoming a culinary student and writing this documentary style book.

    Totally worth reading and I look forward to reading the next installment - The Soul of a Chef.

    Cheers.

    :)
     
  2. apprenticed

    apprenticed

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    Dear Pumpkingrl,

    I have to tell you that 'The Soul of a Chef' is by far one of the most important books in my culinary library... I continue to reread it as I travel further into the world of cooking, and I discover something new every single time.

    It is an incredible read....

    I Look forward to what you have to say about it in the future ;)
     
  3. in france

    in france

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    soul of a chef....think like a chef/Colichio....becoming a chef/dornenburg&page....culinary artistry/dornenburg&page...... All are great..happy reading!!!!