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  • This book will make you hungry for good food and at the same time will make you hungry for new meaning in life

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      Heat is Bill Buford’s story of his late in life transition from a well paid food writer to a restaurant chef. He begins as a kitchen slave in Mario Batali’s New York restaurant Babbo and journeys throughout the world of food, at a small

      town Italian restaurant and the shop of a “Dante quoting butcher. ” Throughout his journey he educates himself not only in knife skills and the history of culinary innovations but in what it means to be human. Heat will teach you lessons on how to ...

      • cook, while giving you an intimate look inside the kitchens of several successful restaurants. More than anything else, though, this is a book of outstanding passion. Buford shows not only that he loves food and everything about it but that he is willing
        to invest his entire life in that passion, as he quits his day job and invests himself fully in learning how to cook. This book will make you hungry for good food and at the same time will make you hungry for new meaning in life.



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