One of funniest books I've come across. You can feel the kitchen come to life. It is a dark, gritty, no BS reflection on how the food industry operates. It makes you love and hate food. A great read that have you laughing, and leave you wondering if you want to pound cheap beer or drink French wine while reading it.
If you are a fan of No Reservations, The Layover, or Parts Unknown, you too will love this. It is a great book that even though you will probably read it in Tony's voice, it is taken to another level when actually heard in his voice.
Adam real last name unknown, because how Tony explained him and the stories he had about him. And the guy who chopped of his finger while Tony worked at the rainbow room at 30Rock. Scrooonk!
No not yet but I will.
Yes but I couldn't. Really long and I listen at work.
"Feed the Bitch!"
This book is made for hearing narrated by Tony himself. I got through this in a day--it's a fascinating life story told from the eyes of a genuine and honest chef.