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by Matthew Evans

  • ISBN: 1741666961
  • Author: Matthew Evans
  • ePub ver: 1902 kb
  • Fb2 ver: 1902 kb
  • Rating: 4.2 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Pages: 304
  • Publisher: Random House Australia; 1st edition (October 1, 2007)
  • Formats: mbr lrf mobi doc
  • Category: Memoris
  • Subcategory: Professionals & Academics
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Matthew Evans is well known on TV these days Very entertaining, insight into the work of a food writer

Matthew Evans is well known on TV these days. Very entertaining, insight into the work of a food writer.

In this hilarious book Matthew Evans draws on his many years of. .While an interesting glimpse into the life of a food critic, it was slightly.

See all Product description. While an interesting glimpse into the life of a food critic, it was slightly repetitive with no particularly funny anecdotes and most inevitably Australia centric. Also reinforces the stereotype of bad tempered chefs and abuse in the kitchen.

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What is it really like to work in a restaurant? What do chefs do when they are running out of the night's most popular dish?

Biographies & Memoirs. Part memoir, part exposé, this book is as brilliant as it is brave-an inspiration for anyone stuck for conversation over dinner.

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Matthew Evans is a former chef and food critic turned Tasmanian .

Matthew Evans is a former chef and food critic turned Tasmanian smallholder. He fattens pigs, milks a cow, tends a garden and writes about food from his office on Fat Pig Farm. He was also a regular contributor to Feast magazine. He fattens pigs, milks a cow, tends a garden and writes about food from his office overlooking the silver birches atop his cottage on Puggle Farm, in the gorgeous Huon Valley.

Join chef, food critic and author of the hugely successful food bible, The Real Food Companion, Matthew .

Join chef, food critic and author of the hugely successful food bible, The Real Food Companion, Matthew Evans, as he embraces winter with a great selection of rib-sticking dinners. Matthew grows much of his own produce on his farm in Tasmania, also the setting for his popular TV series 'The Gourmet Farmer', where he cooks these cosy feasts on his wood fired stove as the temperature drops outside. Winter on the Farm is the ultimate guide to cooking nourishing and hearty food, and will inspire you to create these rich, wonderful flavours as soon as you feel a winter chill in the air.

What is it really like to work in a restaurant? What do chefs do when they are running out of the night's most popular dish? Do they really serve food that is on the turn? And how do they make it seem fresh? What happens to a restaurant when it gets a bad review? Australians are renowned for their passion for eating out, with their cities boasting some of the best restaurants in the world. But how many of us really have a sense of what goes on behind the scenes? In this hilarious book Matthew Evans draws on his many years of experience as both chef and restaurant reviewer to ridicule and revere, expose, and acclaim the secrets behind one of the most lucrative and risky businesses in Australia. Part memoir, part exposé, this book is as brilliant as it is brave—an inspiration for anyone stuck for conversation over dinner.
Comments (2)

Quemal
This is a fun book for people who love dining out and love especially good food. Evans started out as a chef in Canberra, ACT, AU and moved to Sydney, remaining in the restaurant business. Funny stories of life in the kitchen. Evans became the food critic for the Sydney Morning Herald and remained there for years. Anyone who thinks this is the world's dream job will have laughter-filled second thoughts. A delightful and informative read.
sergant
While an interesting glimpse into the life of a food critic, it was slightly repetitive with no particularly funny anecdotes and most inevitably Australia centric. Also reinforces the stereotype of bad tempered chefs and abuse in the kitchen.

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