I just had a chance to listen to this book (in one 8 hour sitting) and have to say that it was one of the more pleasurable audio books I have come across. Tony Bordain is a character that I had loved from the Food Network and so this book seemed like a good buy. It was, inside he provides insight into the underbelly of the cooking world and gives very pertinent advice to people (such as myself) who are looking to get into the business of 16 hour days with Ecuadorian line cooks (He thinks very highly of the Ecuadorians). I highly recommend this book to anyone, and urge to you get it if you are even thinking of joining the business of professional cooking.
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