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EAT A PEACH - Book Review

Author: David Chang

Genre: Memoir

Publisher: Clarkson Potter

Pages: 304

Price: $14


EAT A PEACH - Book Review

About The Author


David Chang is the chef and organizer of Momofuku. Since opening Momofuku Noodle Bar in NY City in 2004, he has been awarded with 6 James Beard Awards, comprising Outstanding Chef, and has been perceived as a Time, 100 honorees.


His cookbook, Momofuku, is a New York Times blockbuster. In 2018, David established Majordomo Media & instigated The Dave Chang Show podcast. He is the host of two Netflix unique narrative arrangements, Ugly Delicious and Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.



Review


The unveiling memoir from the star chef & restaurateur. It is uncalled-for to name Chang's book as the Korean American Kitchen Confidential; however, the likenesses in tone and mentality positively summon the late Anthony Bourdain. Most likely most popular for his now-worldwide Momofuku culinary brand, the writer is no loll as an author, with a style that includes a refreshingly resistant demeanor and the absolute best inessential commentaries since A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.


Chang whisks readers by the means it takes to be a fruitful restaurateur, and he clarifies that there are not many endeavors harder to pull off. During his first years in the café exchange, the creator was the recipient of family cash, a reality that he isn't afraid to concede: Chang's dad gave him a liberal credit for his arrangement's monetary establishments of cafés. ‘There were no expressions of remorse or genuine discussions, just the cash and the specifics of beginning a business,’ he composes. ‘[My father] was powerless. I was helpless. We were inclining toward each other, similarly as a family may.’


Following his initial achievement, Chang started showing up (he currently has his own show on Netflix). Obviously, there's consistently a cost for progress. In the wake of moving to Australia and opening an eatery, he started to feel the pressure of dealing with his numerous worldwide culinary resources, and a hepatitis alarm in one of his cafés put his business in harm's way.