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Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook: Stategies, Recipes, and Techniques of Classic Bistro Cooking

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2012

    Buy this book

    I love everything this guy touches. This book is outstanding. The hanger steak with bone marrow was fabulous! And I've never even tried bone marrow, never heard of hanger steak. Who knew?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 4, 2004

    Great Book! Don't Miss!

    I finally got a copy of this book a few days ago. He had mentioned at a book signing about 2 years ago that he was putting a cook book together. I have only tried one recipe so far, but have looked thru all of the recipes in the book. All are written in the typical Tony way, but also in a way that everyone can understand. The Steak Tartare is wonderful! I made that the second night that I had it. I highly recommend it! It's all recipes that are foods that he ate as a child while spending summers in France as a kid. Very much a French comfort food kind of thing.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 16, 2004

    GETTING OLDER, CALMER, SOBER

    Author Bourdain is still the potty-mouthed ex-junkie from 'Kitchen Confidential', but here he's cashing in on his Food Network fame, and giving us a cookbook, i.e., a collection of recipes and tips and how-to's. His point is that although you probably can't cook like a professional -- don't try this at home, folks -- with a little bit of attention and thought and experience anyone can turn out a pretty good plate. The rest of the shenanigans, machismo, filth, and fun make this very, very readable..

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