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Posted August 21, 2011
cooking school experience. The author goes 'undercover' so to speak and details her time as a 'student' at a culinary school. The story reminded me a lot of Bourdain's style: off-the-cuff, write-as-you-speak. It makes for a fast-paced, entertaining read with a dash of controversy. The only thing I would have liked better, is if it had been organized a little differently with character descriptions worked into the story instead of all-at-once. Still, I love Anthony Bourdain and looks like I'm going to add S.J. Sebellin-Ross to the list.
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