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  • Just as described
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    Purchased for son-in-law, a Bourdain fan, he's happy

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    bc July 20, 2016
  • Must have cookbook
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    This is not just a cookbook, though it is GREAT for that. He wittingly writes about how to cook, where to get ingredients, and advise on knives. The book breaks all the recipes down to make it more simple and gives advise to parts that you could mess-up easily. I have had it for a couple weeks now and have used 6 different recipes and they have all come out pretty good (limited by my abilities not the book). I am a beginning cook, and find it very helpful.

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    catamount October 20, 2010
  • Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles
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    This was an excellent choice as he's one of my son's favorite Chef's, since he is works at very upscale restaurant as a Sous Chef.

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    dogs1cats6 November 25, 2009
  • Love this cook book!
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    My very favorite cook book. If you like Anthony Bourdain, you will love this! He very thoroughly explains everything so well that even if you've never made the dish, you'll do a good job on the first try. He uses his snarky comments throughout the book to make it a very entertaining book aside from the cooking. I absolutely suggest this book to all of my friends! Love it!

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    rebgrl23 March 22, 2009
  • Another Great One!!
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    Tony Bourdain does it again. Beautiful photos and a perfect "cookbook"

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    veni45 June 18, 2008
  • A bible for who likes to cook "the nasty bits"
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    Great recipes, very traditional. Finally a book that's not afraid to give the true three-day way to cook tripes properly! But if you don't like "the nasty bits" (hearts, livers, kidneys and the like), this book is probably not for you...

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    frenchredwine June 2, 2008
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