Letters to a Young Chef by Daniel Boulud because both are thoughtful and carefully crafted manuals for anyone thinking about becoming a chef, or just those of us who are simply fascinated by the subject of fine cuisine and the men and women who make cooking their profession.
Mr. Samuelsson is a wonderful narrator. His voice is smooth and easy to listen to and it's hard to imagine anyone else reading this. I wish more writers would narrate their novels.
Marcus Samuelsson is a humble man with a remarkable background. His life is a testament to how driving desire and hard work can overcome prejudice and adversity. His story is fascinating and I came away with newfound respect and admiration for this chef. I hope one day to eat in his restaurant in Harlem, Red Rooster.
Definitely in my top three audiobooks.
Mr. Brassard's narration was very good.
If you are interested in becoming a chef or just fascinated by those who choose this profession, this book covers all the bases. It is a must-read for anyone who wants to learn more about what it takes to become a great chef, the sacrifices one must be willing to make and the passion required to become successful.
wouldn't help the story
If I want to read reviews, I know where to look. This book reads more like a Madison Ave press release, than a biography.
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