Great Kitchens: Design Ideas from America's Top Chefs

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Taunton Press, 2001 - Design - 231 pages
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Professional chefs design their home kitchens for efficiency, comfort, and style. What makes a pro's kitchen work so well? A knowledge of cooking and a signature style. This book features hundreds of design ideas offering readers a glimpse inside the home kitchens of some of America's most renowned chefs. It's a visual feast and a wellspring of design inspiration.
-- Features 26 dream kitchens and advice on creating your own.
-- Includes more than 300 photographs, floor plans, lists of equipment, and recipes.

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Great Kitchens: At Home with America's Top Chefs

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Who would better know what should be in a great kitchen than a professional chef? Here are the home kitchens of 26 of the country's best-known cooks, including Alice Waters. Many of these could be ... Read full review

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Whitaker is president of Berkeley Research Group, an on-line research firm based in the San Francisco Bay area.

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