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Restaurant man

Author: Joseph Bastianich
Publisher: New York, New York, U.S.A. : Viking, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"In his memoir Restaurant Man, Joe Bastianich charts his culinary journey from working in his parents' red-sauce joint to becoming one of the country's most successful restauranteurs. Joe first learned the ropes from his father, Felice Bastianich, the ultrapragmatic, self-proclaimed restaurant man. After college and a year on Wall Street, Joe bought a one-way ticket to Italy and worked in restaurants and vineyards.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: Joseph Bastianich
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Bastianich
ISBN: 9780670023523 0670023523
OCLC Number: 759911117
Description: x, 275 pages, [8] plates ; 24 cm
Contents: Restaurant man --
Queens Boulevard --
Joe Stalin's Stratocaster --
Eat to live/live to eat --
Be afraid. Be very afraid. --
From Blue Nun to Barolo --
Don't you know? Busboys run the show. --
Babbo : primi --
Babbo : secondi --
Heroes and villains --
Sour grapes --
Romulus, Remus, and me --
Pirate love --
The curse of Restaurant Man! ---
**** --
Don't shoot the piano player --
No, you can't sit down --
That's right, the women are smarter --
Game changer --
Closing time.
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"In his memoir Restaurant Man, Joe Bastianich charts his culinary journey from working in his parents' red-sauce joint to becoming one of the country's most successful restauranteurs. Joe first learned the ropes from his father, Felice Bastianich, the ultrapragmatic, self-proclaimed restaurant man. After college and a year on Wall Street, Joe bought a one-way ticket to Italy and worked in restaurants and vineyards. Upon his return to New York, he partnered with his mother Lidia, and soon joined forces with Mario Batali, establishing one superlative restaurant after another"--

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