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Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly Chapter Summary & Analysis - What I Know About Meat and Pino Noir: Tuscan Interlude Summary

Anthony Bourdain
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What I Know About Meat and Pino Noir: Tuscan Interlude Summary and Analysis

During Bourdain's wilderness period he continues to interview at a string of lackluster restaurants and eschews the jobs, even though his unemployment is soon to come to an end. Bourdain is in a severe state of depression, which deepens when he blows his chance at a good job at a steak house because of a misunderstanding between himself and the owner. The owner asks Bourdain what Bourdain knows about meat and Bourdain misunderstands, thinking the man asks, "What do you know about me?" to which Bourdain answers, "Next to nothing!" It is only later that Bourdain understands the miscommunication and it is too late to remedy the situation.

One day Bourdain gets a call from a friend telling Bourdain that the owner of an Italian restaurant called...

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