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Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain
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Mar 08, 2008

it was amazing
bookshelves: 2008

This was the first audiobook to which I listened and it set me on a path of loving audiobooks. Bourdain was extremely entertaining and the work lent itself to him as the narrator.

I had to listen to this book again after reading A Cook's Tour. It is great, funny, hip, but also irreverent and uses poor language. Bourdain describes his rise through the restaurant ranks and the people he has encountered on the way. Very funny descriptions of food. He also has some helpful hints about cooking for regular people and lists of how to stock your kitchen. The last chapter doesn't seem to fit, but is a good sequel to “A Cook's Tour”.
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