Monday, December 18, 2006

Reading Report

Kitchen Confidential by Anothony Bourdain

Mr. Bourdain gets off to a slow start but manages to find his focus after the first few chapters and begins to talk about food. Now I may be alone in my fascination with the subject but I've been known to read cookbooks for entertainment. Mr. Bourdain is a comrade in this obsession. This book may not be good for your waistline if you're easily tempted. Nor is it likely to enchant the squeemish. But it offers a front line account of cooking by a man who's been there and done that, told with painful and captivating honesty.


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