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Bill Buford
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Do you think that the reason Batali gave for not completing cooking school were valid? Can his reasoning apply to other professions?

Common thought is that women seldom make it in the restaurant industry. Based on Buford's book, do you think that this statement is true? Explain your reasoning.

Compare the relationship Buford had with Batali with the relationship Buford had with Dario.

Compare the relationship Buford had with Betta with the relationship Batali had with Betta.

Do you think that Bill used his book on Batali as an excuse to try and work in a professional kitchen? Was becoming a cook necessary for the book to be written? Explain your reasoning.

Discuss the similarities and differences of Bill and Batali, including how they are perceived by others in the book.

Do you think that the organizational system (brigade system) of a kitchen makes successful chefs?

Do you...

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