August 17th, 2006

How chefs learned to cook

Last night a friend surprised me with an advance copy of How I Learned to Cook: Culinary Educations from the World’s Greatest Chefs (release date October 17). Good timing considering I’ll have time to read on my flight tonight. I’m flying to Chicago for the weekend to visit college friends and also stopping by Milwaukee for a day. I promise to bring back tales of exciting non-Miami culinary adventures.

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9 Responses to “How chefs learned to cook”

  1. my buddy is trying to get on the next season of Hell’s Kitchen which is holding interviews in NY right now. if he gets on it, then i’m sure he’ll have plenty to share on this subject.

  2. very good, pero donde esta el lime? je It’s very nice, and interesting, could be used for a fast consultation when a date is coming over… yes keep on exploring the fusion and experience of eating..

  3. Do I hear brats, beer, and frozen custard comin’ your way?!?!

  4. brats are good, very good… reminds me of the good ol times in Iowa & Wisconsin… mhhhhh.. is hard to find the miami flavor in the mid west cusine.. or maybe not.

  5. i’m jealous. paula’s getting like a gizzilion comments left for her blog that isn’t even one week old! i’ve had like 2 since i started mine.

    :(

    that’s right, that was a frown face.

  6. You need to steal the Chicago pizza recipe…it is so yummy…hmmmm…

  7. Re: the lime. I was hoping the green letters around the blog would represent the lime… at least for now. But this is a work in progress, so maybe soon that’ll change.

  8. I love this Paula! You are a lovely writer that conveys a topic well that many cherish and want to learn about! I even want to start cooking now!

    hug

    V

  9. […] after I started this blog, my best friend gave me a book called “How I Learned To Cook,” a collection of stories by some very well-known chefs about how or when they learned to […]

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