ANTHONY BOURDAIN'S FAVOURITE BOOKS ABOUT FOOD

ANTHONY BOURDAIN

 
Anthony Bourdain was born in New York in 1956 and has worked as dishwasher, prep-done, fry-cook, grillardin, saucier, sous-chef and chef on both sides of the Atlantic for 25 years. He is now executive chef at Brasserie Les Halles in New York City. He chose the following books in response to a request from The Guardian as part of it's "Top 10s" series. 

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1 Thomas Keller The French Laundry Cookbook
2 Marco Pierre White White Heat
3 George Orwell Down and Out in Paris and London
4 Nicholas Freeling The Kitchen
5 Emile Zola The Belly of Paris
Paul Bocuse La Cuisine du Marche
7 Charles Ranhofer The Epicurean
8 A.A. Gill The Ivy
9 Eric Ripert Le Bernadin Cookbook
10 Fergus Henderson Nose to Tail Eating

 
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