BEATEN, SEARED, AND SAUCED: On Becoming a Chef at the Culinary Institute of America

Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

A former odd-jobber and Martha Stewart Living staff writer records the highs and lows of studying at the Culinary Institute of America.Just before turning 38, Dixon decided to veer from his aimless career path and pursue cooking, the passion of his youth, as a vocation. So he and his girlfriend boxed their urban life and moved to scenic Rhinebeck, N.Y., where he embarked on the two-year Associate ... Read full review

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Dixon laments about his fortunes and fears as he embarks on his culinary career and offers few insights. A waste of time. J.P. Miller. Cambridge, MA

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Entertaining, enlightening and enjoyable. Read full review

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