[Epub] ➛ Blood, Bones, and Butter ➜ Gabrielle Hamilton – Soaringeaglecasino.us

Blood, Bones, and Butter Blood, Bones, And Butter Epub Author Gabrielle Hamilton Thegreatwallonline.us Before Gabrielle Hamilton Opened Her Acclaimed New York Restaurant Prune, She Spent Twenty Hard Living Years Trying To Find Purpose And Meaning In Her Life Blood, Bones Butter Follows An Unconventional Journey Through The Many Kitchens Hamilton Has Inhabited Through The Years The Rural Kitchen Of Her Childhood, Where Her Adored Mother Stood Over The Six Burner With An Oily Wooden Spoon In Hand The Kitchens Of France, Greece, And Turkey, Where She Was Often Fed By Complete Strangers And Learned The Essence Of Hospitality Hamilton S Own Kitchen At Prune, With Its Many Unexpected Challenges And The Kitchen Of Her Italian Mother In Law, Who Serves As The Link Between Hamilton S Idyllic Past And Her Own Future Family The Result Of A Prickly Marriage That Nonetheless Yields Lasting Dividends By Turns Epic And Intimate, Gabrielle Hamilton S Story Is Told With Uncommon Honesty, Grit, Humor, And Passion.

[Epub] ➛ Blood, Bones, and Butter  ➜ Gabrielle Hamilton – Soaringeaglecasino.us
  • Hardcover
  • 291 pages
  • Blood, Bones, and Butter
  • Gabrielle Hamilton
  • English
  • 04 May 2018
  • 140006872X

    10 thoughts on “[Epub] ➛ Blood, Bones, and Butter ➜ Gabrielle Hamilton – Soaringeaglecasino.us


  1. says:

    On my copy of this book, there was a gushing quote from Anthony Bourdain Magnificent Simply the best memoir by a chef ever Ever. I respectfully disagree I thought Gabrielle Hamilton s memoir was uneven and a bit messy Some parts were well written and engaging, and other parts were so tedious that I couldn t wait to be done with the book Sometimes Gabrielle explains herself well, other times she is maddeningly vague and obtuse She comes across as both empathetic and also arrogant Some st On my copy of this book, there was a gushing quote from Anthony Bourdain Magnificent Simply the best memoir by a chef ever Ever. I respectfully disagree I thought Gabrielle Hamilton s memoir was uneven and a bit messy Some parts were well written and engaging, and other parts were so tedious that I couldn t wait to be done with the book Sometimes Gabrielle explains herself well, other times she is maddeningly vague and obtuse She comes across as both empathetic and also arrogant Some stories made her sound so cocky and bitter that it was hard to sympathize when her marriage went south.This memoir covers Gabrielle s childhood her lessons in cooking from her French mother her early experiences of working in the food service industry her time...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I think it went something like this Agent to Gabrielle Hey, you ve had a famous restaurant for a while now and you ve never been on the Food Network, Iron Chef, etc., why not hop on the bandwagon and write a memoir G to Agent Gee, I ve been keeping journals all my life, why not, sure, I m gonna do it.This book pissed me off almost as much as Eat, Pray, Love Self referential a word she uses a lot , snobby, t...


  3. says:

    Despite the accolades from arrogant sswipe Anthony Bourdain, I read this anyway Rather, I gobbled it up in two days The author is aware that her frigid French ballerina mother is fully responsible for her prepare yourselves cause I m gunna say it Freudian obssession with fresh and authentic cooking and she illustrates this without making us wallow with her in endless therapy sessions I loved revisiting NY s East Village circa 1988 rat car...


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    Whenever I read an autobiography, I find myself asking these two basic questions 1 Can they write 2 Is their life interesting enough to warrant a book Because, I ll be honest, mine is not.To the first question, Hamilton can write She earned an MFA for whatever you think that s worth I enjoyed both the crispiness of the details, as well their selection and amount She was also good at analyzing herself, her life s trajectory, and the food industry.Regarding the second question, I had mixed Whenever I read an autobiography, I find myself asking these two basic questions 1 Can they write 2 Is their life interesting enough to warrant a book Because, I ll be honest, mine is not.To the first question, Hamilton can write She earned an MFA for whatever you think that s worth I enjoyed both the crispiness of the details, as well their selection and amount She was also good at analyzing herself, her life s trajectory, and the food industry.R...


  5. says:

    Toward the end of Hamilton s interminable chef memoir, she admits to having a certain sense of Gallic superiority to the rest of the world Hoo boy, is that an understatement While Hamilton s recollections of her unconventional childhood and rise to celebrity as the owner of Prune offer up a credible pastiche of MFA style literary writing, the author s personality is so off putting that I found the book nearly unreadable.When Hamilton is talking about cooking, or about the restaurant industry a Toward the end of Hamilton s interminable chef memoir, she admits to having a certain sense of Gallic superiority to the rest of the world Hoo boy, is that an understatement While Hamilton s recollections of her unconventional childhood and rise to celebrity as the owner of Prune offer...


  6. says:

    This is the second book today I ve found that I have read and rated and has disappeared from my shelves This is freaky There is a thread on it, I ve written to support and got nothing back Obviously I am not deleting all these books This is so fucking weird and upsetting I just don t know what to...


  7. says:

    I loved this book Loved it At first I thought this was going to be another memoir about how I fell in love with cooking during my already privileged life But this one is different Gabrielle is real She has had an extraordinarily non traditional and rough upbringing and is unflinchingly honest about it So her story is interesting but what I loved most wasn t her unique story but that she is a reall...


  8. says:

    I often rate books but seldom actually comment on them I also rarely give a book one star so I feel I must justify it a little So the subtitle is the Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef That s a little misleading I didn t really notice any reluctance Every job she ever had was in food service And, in her only non food experiment, the MFA, she ended up deciding she d rather be in food service With the exception of a few early stories about her mother, she really didn t explain any of I often rate books but seldom actually comment on them I also rarely give a book one star so I feel I must justify it a little So the subtitle is the Inadvertent Education of a Reluctant Chef That s a little misleading I didn t really notice any reluctance Every job she ever had was in food service And, in her only non food experiment, the MFA, she ended up deciding she d rather be in food service With the exception of a few early stories about her mother, she really didn t explain any of her food education either She kept saying how hard the job was, and how she had put in her time, but after the stories about her mother, she just listed the restaurants she worked in but didn t respect, the caterers she she work...


  9. says:

    Once a sauce breaks it s almost impossible to bring it back together again Chefs have their tricks, but even with tricks there s no guarantee, and no guarantee the sauce will hold Most likely it won t The unfortunate separation in Blood, Bones Butter occurs at the half way mark Of course, I write this at the risk of being way too clever, and maybe it is, but I m saddened that Chef Gabrielle Hamilton wasn t able to hold her memoir together She had me, totally had me for the first 158 p On...


  10. says:

    This is not a chef s tale in the fashion we ve come to expect from foodie books in recent years It sof an autobiography that happens to include a lot of cooking and eating Put evenprecisely, it s an exercise in self analysis through writing, in which the reader is allowed to tag along The book s subtitle is a perfect seven word description of Gabrielle Prune Hamilton s road to chefdom Her training in the food service industry was as inadvertent as any career path could possibly This is not a chef s tale in the fashion we ve come to expect from foodie books in recent years It sof an autobiography that happens to include a lot of cooking and eating Put evenprecisely, it s an exercise in s...

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