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Heat: An Amateur's Adventures as Kitchen Slave, Line Cook, Pasta Maker, and Apprentice to a Dante-quoting Butcher in T Chapter Summary & Analysis - Dinner with Mario and Kitchen Slave: Chapters 1-3 Summary

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Dinner with Mario and Kitchen Slave: Chapters 1-3 Summary and Analysis

Bill Buford is a staff writer for The New Yorker and is the founding editor of Granta magazine and Granta books. Bill has always been an amateur cook, often cooking elaborate meals for friends and family, a hobby that lead to the adventures that eventually became this book.

In Dinner with Mario, Bill Buford was a having a dinner party and he invited famed chef, Mario Batali, to come. Batali arrived with an armful of food and wine, taking over the kitchen without asking. In a gesture of appreciation, Batali took Bill to a New York Giants game where Bill discovered just how famous Batali was as a result of his Food Network television show, Malto Mario. At the time Bill met Batali, Batali and his partner owned three restaurants and...

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