Heat: An Amateur's Adventures as Kitchen Slave, Line Cook, Pasta Maker, and Apprentice to a Dante-quoting Butcher in T - Study Guide Line Cook: Chapters 13-15 Summary & Analysis

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In Chapter 13, Bill again goes back in time to 1995 when an article appeared in The New York Observer that brought Mario Batali that the attention of the head of a new network called The Food Network. This executive, Jonathan Lynne, read an article about a group of chefs who would meet after hours at a place called Blue Ribbon and relax with one another. Lynne created a show for Batali in which he would teach viewers how to cook specific dishes. It was a big success in the beginning, but quickly became a tired format and Batali was never able to find another format that fit his style. Bill recorded nine months of Batali's show, however, in order to learn from this famous chef. However, Bill's meals would never turn out like Batali's. Once Bill began working at Babbo's...

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