Bill Buford Writing Styles in Heat: An Amateur's Adventures as Kitchen Slave, Line Cook, Pasta Maker, and Apprentice to a Dante-quoting Butcher in T

Bill Buford
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This book is a memoir. The book discusses a time in which the author became an unpaid intern in an Italian restaurant in the hopes of learning to cook the food he had always loved and wanted to cook. The perspective of this book is highly personal and subjective because it is about the experiences of a single man written down for the readers by that same man. Bill Buford shares not only his experiences in learning to cook and prepare Italian food, but his opinions on that food and the history of the dishes he cooked.

This book is a highly personal book and almost like a diary meant for only a few eyes. However, the author has shared his diary with millions of readers, sharing his experiences discovering the food he loves and learning how to cook and prepare it. Bill brings to the book his...

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