Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly - The Life of Bryan and Mission to Tokyo Summary & Analysis

Anthony Bourdain
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Among all the excellent chefs and cooks on the restaurant scene, Bourdain considers a man named Scott Bryan to be the best. Scott is an iconic figure in New York known for his standards of excellence and willingness to innovate. Bourdain admits that Scott is better than he because Scott has been working on his culinary skills for a very long time and has never lost interest in perfecting the art.

Scott had also been more selective in accepting culinary jobs than Bourdain, who took almost any job along the way just for the money. Scott has also expanded his skill sets by jumping the a la carte cuisine line to master the art of pastry making, something Bourdain would have never done.

In the spring of 1999, the owners of Les...

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