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The authors of the bestselling "Becoming a Chef" understand the distinction between a chef and a cook. They also understand that food is more than ...Show synopsisThe authors of the bestselling "Becoming a Chef" understand the distinction between a chef and a cook. They also understand that food is more than merely a tool to sustain life--that at its highest level, food can be art. Dornenburg and Page have interviewed more than 60 of America's leading chefs to create this landmark book which explores the roots of creativity and the creative process. 85 illustrations.Hide synopsis
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