Gael Greene is an American restaurant critic, author and novelist. She became New York magazine's restaurant critic in fall 1968, at a time when most New Yorkers were unsophisticated about food and there were few chefs anyone knew by name, and for four decades both documented and inspired the city's and America's growing obsession with food.
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Experience the culinary journey of one of the most influential chef-restaurateurs of all time. Despite being kicked out of high school, Jean-Georges Vongerichten's passion for surprising and delicious food led him to apprentice with renowned chefs and open restaurants across the world. In JGV, Vongerichten shares the recipes and stories that define his legacy, from his mother's goose stew to his first taste of tom yum kung soup. Full of humor, heart, and wisdom, this book is a must-read for anyone who loves cooking or is curious about the culinary world.
I had a sneak read of Jean Georges-Vongerichten's new book, a Life in 12 Recipes - a must-read & keep for JG fans and serious foodies. – source