by Anthony Bourdain
Hardcover, 281 pages, Harpercollins, List Price: $26.99 | purchase
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The author of "Kitchen Confidential" explores how his life and the cooking world have changed since his last book, offering up candid assessments of such figures as David Chang, Alice Waters, and the "Top Chef" winners and losers.
August 18, 2010 The days are getting shorter, and it's hard to breeze though pages like you did on vacation just a few short weeks ago. Critic Cord Jefferson offers five nonfiction titles — true stories that will gently ease you out of the summer months, and back into the routines of fall.
June 16, 2010 Anthony Bourdain's Medium Raw is a tour of the current state of the food world and the wild and weird chefs and personalities that inhabit it. He takes on the cult of celebrity chefs and the state of the American hamburger, and gets inside the mind of wunderkind David Chang.
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