32 Yolks: From My Mother's Table to Working the Line
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32 Yolks: From My Mother's Table to Working the Line

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For readers of Jacques Pepin s The Apprentice and Marcus Samuelsson s Yes, Chef, here is the com.......

Title:32 Yolks: From My Mother's Table to Working the Line
ISBN:0812992989
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:247 pages

    32 Yolks: From My Mother's Table to Working the Line Reviews

  • Diane S ?
    May 04, 2016

    I like to cook, buy the best ingredients available to me and think I am a pretty good at it. Or so my family says. But to be this caliber of a chef liking it not enough, passion os required, the passi...

  • Beth
    May 16, 2016

    Unlike many who would be attracted to this book, I started reading not really aware of who Eric Ripert really is. I don't generally pay attention to Michelin stars or any of that - way above my budget...

  • Donna
    Mar 24, 2017

    I enjoyed this book for so many reasons. I like autobiographies and this one is no exception. I didn't know who Eric Ripert was before delving into this so what a wonderful surprise to hear his story....

  • Lorilin
    May 24, 2016

    Eric Ripert is one of the most recognizable chefs in the world today. He makes good food. He's on Top Chef a lot. And Anthony Bourdain seems to think he's a swell guy. To top it off, he's always got t...

  • Anne
    Apr 12, 2016

    Read it. Couldn't put it down. It was heart-breaking and amazing, and as I read it, I'd find myself thinking, there's a piece that lead to LB's genius. Loved the line about how he could tell where a c...

  • Abby
    Apr 02, 2017

    What a beautiful memoir! I'm not a foodie or super into cooking, but I love a good food-related memoir. I adored the gritty brashness of Bourdain's 'Kitchen Confidential' and Ripert's own coming of ag...

  • Ola
    Apr 16, 2016

    Fascinating coming-of-age story of a boy becoming a man, finding his passion and learning to cook and how to be a professional chef.This is a story of beginning of long way that Eric Ripert had to tak...

  • Stacy
    May 14, 2016

    This a fascinating inside look from one of the world's best know chefs into what shaped and influenced him to become the culinary master he is. From the pain and abuse endured as a child, to the many ...

  • Sue Russell
    May 04, 2016

    This is really a pretty good book---better than most chef memoirs. But it's hard to know how to rate a book for which the author had "help." In this case I might add that the "help" did a very good di...

  • Cathie
    Jan 28, 2017

    A must read for those aspiring chefs! What determination! What achievements! ...