Hungry by Jeff Gordinier (Hardcover)

"[Gordinier's book] paints a vivid picture of the complex, almost messianic 41-year-old Danish chef and the cast of eccentric, talented characters who are drawn into his world."--Adam Platt, Grub Street

"In these pages, Redzepi emerges as an enigmatic and contradictory figure. . . . Gordinier makes a convincing case that Redzepi's genius is irrevocably tied both to his relentless curiosity and to his compulsive need for change."--The New York Times Book Review

"A piece of writing as breathless and as urgent as its subject. Wonderful all-in, full-on storytelling. I read as I might eat a meal when I'm really, really hungry: all in one sitting."--Bill Buford, author of Heat

"I was nervous that a book-length Rene Redzepi profile would just be hagiography. It's so not: this is about the act of reporting, how reporting changes the reporter, the nature of fame, and the myth of creative courage."--Helen Rosner, food correspondent at The New Yorker

"Hungry is a pithy, fluid, rollicking book that's somehow simultaneously visceral and cerebral, funny and heartfelt, passionate and badass, brilliant and unpretentious--Gordinier takes us along with him on a madcap global odyssey on the heels of a megalomaniacal genius of a chef as he relentlessly pushes the boundaries of food. This is a book about invention and reinvention--of food, ideas, place, and ultimately the self. It's immensely fun to read as well as profound. I loved every word."--Kate Christensen, author of The Epicure's Lament

"Follow along on an incredible journey across the globe with the world's greatest chef, described with equal parts humor and brilliance by one of the greatest food writers of our generation, as they go to enormous lengths in search of the rarest morsels of flavor in an imperfect world. In these pages, you will find that rare glimpse into the mind of a restless and enigmatic genius who has forever changed how we look at the world of fine dining."--Edward Lee, chef and author of Buttermilk Graffiti

"This smorgasbord of a tale will have travelers tasting every meal with renewed appreciation."--National Geographic

"For the curious culinary traveler and food-industry insider, this will become mandatory reading. With rich, compelling detail, the story traces Ren� Redzepi's path to carving out his own radical space in modern cooking, but what's most wonderful about this book is the heartfelt parallel story--the story of Gordinier's own personal evolution, following the chef around the world and finding himself forever changed."--Lindsey Tramuta, journalist and author of The New Paris

"Anyone who's seen an episode of Parts Unknown knows what an adventure tracking down great food can be, but Jeff Gordinier knows it better than most. . . . [He] chronicles this journey with the practiced pen of a veteran journalist."--Entertainment Weekly

Number of Pages: 240
Genre: Biography + Autobiography
Sub-Genre: Culinary
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Tim Duggan Books
Age Range: Adult
Author: Jeff Gordinier
Language: English

Hungry  by Jeff Gordinier (Hardcover)

About Hungry by Jeff Gordinier (Hardcover)

"[Gordinier's book] paints a vivid picture of the complex, almost messianic 41-year-old Danish chef and the cast of eccentric, talented characters who are drawn into his world."--Adam Platt, Grub Street

"In these pages, Redzepi emerges as an enigmatic and contradictory figure. . . . Gordinier makes a convincing case that Redzepi's genius is irrevocably tied both to his relentless curiosity and to his compulsive need for change."--The New York Times Book Review

"A piece of writing as breathless and as urgent as its subject. Wonderful all-in, full-on storytelling. I read as I might eat a meal when I'm really, really hungry: all in one sitting."--Bill Buford, author of Heat

"I was nervous that a book-length Rene Redzepi profile would just be hagiography. It's so not: this is about the act of reporting, how reporting changes the reporter, the nature of fame, and the myth of creative courage."--Helen Rosner, food correspondent at The New Yorker

"Hungry is a pithy, fluid, rollicking book that's somehow simultaneously visceral and cerebral, funny and heartfelt, passionate and badass, brilliant and unpretentious--Gordinier takes us along with him on a madcap global odyssey on the heels of a megalomaniacal genius of a chef as he relentlessly pushes the boundaries of food. This is a book about invention and reinvention--of food, ideas, place, and ultimately the self. It's immensely fun to read as well as profound. I loved every word."--Kate Christensen, author of The Epicure's Lament

"Follow along on an incredible journey across the globe with the world's greatest chef, described with equal parts humor and brilliance by one of the greatest food writers of our generation, as they go to enormous lengths in search of the rarest morsels of flavor in an imperfect world. In these pages, you will find that rare glimpse into the mind of a restless and enigmatic genius who has forever changed how we look at the world of fine dining."--Edward Lee, chef and author of Buttermilk Graffiti

"This smorgasbord of a tale will have travelers tasting every meal with renewed appreciation."--National Geographic

"For the curious culinary traveler and food-industry insider, this will become mandatory reading. With rich, compelling detail, the story traces Ren� Redzepi's path to carving out his own radical space in modern cooking, but what's most wonderful about this book is the heartfelt parallel story--the story of Gordinier's own personal evolution, following the chef around the world and finding himself forever changed."--Lindsey Tramuta, journalist and author of The New Paris

"Anyone who's seen an episode of Parts Unknown knows what an adventure tracking down great food can be, but Jeff Gordinier knows it better than most. . . . [He] chronicles this journey with the practiced pen of a veteran journalist."--Entertainment Weekly

Number of Pages: 240
Genre: Biography + Autobiography
Sub-Genre: Culinary
Format: Hardcover
Publisher: Tim Duggan Books
Age Range: Adult
Author: Jeff Gordinier
Language: English

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