The Perfectionist by Rudolph Chelminski
Life and Death in Haute Cuisine

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About Rudolph Chelminski

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Freelance writer and author, RUDOLPH CHELMINSKI has been living in Europe ever since the sixties, when he was sent to Paris as a writer for "LIFE" magazine. He has also written for "Smithsonian, Playboy, Readers Digest, Wired, Atlantic Monthly, Town & Country, Fortune, Money, People, Time," and many other publications.
Published May 19, 2005 by Gotham Books. 368 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Young Adult, Cooking, Self Help, Action & Adventure, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Enthralling plunge into the world of the late Bernard Loiseau: celebrity chef, P.R. genius, and manic-depressive.

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French chef Bernard Loiseu seemingly had it all when he took his own life in 2003. Was it really the Michelin guide that pushed him over the edge?

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