Dining Out by Andrew Dornenburg
Secrets from America's Leading Critics, Chefs, and Restaurateurs

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This book is the first of its kind to examine what defines fine food in America and it introduces us to many individuals who shape our views about food. Using other successful Dornenburg/Page books as a model, the authors once again base their analysis on interviews with chefs, restaurateurs and critics. This insider's guide to the process of restaurant reviewing will excite anyone with a serious interest in food. It also features top sites on the Internet that provide restaurant reviews. 'If I were a restaurateur, I would expect all my staff to read this book. As a restaurant critic, I found it a fascinating insight into the minds of other critics and more especially the minds of some of the people who are serious about running a restaurant.'
 

About Andrew Dornenburg

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Called "the brightest young author team on the culinary scene today" on NPR, ANDREW DORNENBURG and KAREN PAGE are the James Beard Award?winning authors of Becoming a Chef, Culinary Artistry, Dining Out, and Chef?s Night Out. They live in New York City and can be found online at www.newamericanchef.com.Michael Donnelly is a New York?based photographer whose work has appeared in Gourmet, House & Garden, Travel & Leisure, and the World of Interiors.
 
Published September 22, 1998 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. 368 pages
Genres: Travel, Cooking. Non-fiction

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The critics, meanwhile (most notably the New York Times's Ruth Reichl, teasingly shown on the cover wearing a face-obscuring hat), don wigs to maintain anonymity, fend off attacks from knife-wielding chefs and eat such dubious delicacies as braised goat penis and worms fried in lard.

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