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Medium Raw by Anthony Bourdain
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Dec 10, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: 2010

Bourdain's greatest asset is his no-holds-barred narrative; he does not refrain from speaking his mind, and does not care if anyone agrees with him. Yet, he is not mean in spite of the appearance he presents. Bourdain can actually be a sympathetic character. His view of the food industry and the people who inhabit this world is worth the effort to read even if some of the chapters are less interesting than others (which can be marvelous rants).

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