Becoming A Chef

The book that first kicked off the boom and established the category of contemporary writing on food, BECOMING A CHEF -- written by Manhattan restaurant chef Andrew Dornenburg and his Harvard MBA wife Karen Page -- was published during the summer of 1995 with extremely modest expectations: Its initial printing was a mere 2500 copies. Yet its first-time authors were interviewed by Matt Lauer on the "Today" Show, and BECOMING A CHEF went on to be hailed for launching "a new dimension in food writing, creating a standard for a whole new genre" (The Record).

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