After reading BECOMING A CHEF, DINING OUT, and the amazing CULINARY ARTISTRY, perhaps my expectations were a little high for this book. However, CHEF’S NIGHT OUT seemed thin on material, and designed for someone who is not me: a person that travels a LOT, and has tons of money. The book will live in my collection as a reference for when I travel, but I put it down after only reading a little bit of it since it doesn’t apply to me. Also, my city had ZERO restaurants listed. ZERO. I applaud Dorenberg & Page for their research, but this book tries to hit too broad a target, and misses.
On this day...
- Another update on Akhenaten - 2010
- RECIPE 36: Herbed Goat-Cheese Toasts - 2007
- DINNER 245: Saturday, September 2, 2006 - 2006
- CULINARY: My something-th night at Pigallâ€™s - 2006
- Comprehensive System Backup - 2006
- The Tesseract -- Alex Garland - 2003
- The Making of a Chef: Mastering Heat at the Culinary Institute of America -- Michael Ruhlman - 2003
- Maybe I'll Call Anna -- William Browning Spencer - 2003
- WHAT IT TAKES TO PLEASE YOU -- a tribute to Over The Rhine (short) - 2003
- WHAT IT TAKES TO PLEASE YOU -- A tribute to OTR - 2003