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Apr 06, 2010
| ISBN 9780425232521
Apr 16, 2009
| ISBN 9781101032602
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Apr 06, 2010 | ISBN 9780425232521
Apr 16, 2009 | ISBN 9781101032602
Read Dahlia Jurgensen’s posts on the Penguin Blog. A clever and affectionate glimpse at the truth about what goes on behind that swinging door, full of “great insider stuff” (Anthony Bourdain) Life in a restaurant kitchen is strenuous and exciting, while its inhabitants are…unique. In this testosterone-laden atmosphere, Dalia Jurgensen tirelessly pursued her dream of becoming a chef, working her way up though New York’s top restaurants. In her deliciously entertaining memoir, she divulges the dynamics between cooks and waiters, chefs and food critics, and heated affairs between staff members. Written with sincere love for the industry, this is a candid insider’s tour from the unique perspective of an acclaimed pastry chef.
Dalia Jurgensen is executive pastry chef for the highly regarded Williamsburg, Brooklyn, restaurant Dressler. Formerly pastry chef for the three-star Manhattan restaurant Veritas, she has worked in the kitchens of acclaimed restaurants such as Nobu, Layla, and La Cote Basque…. More about Dalia Jurgensen
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