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Lessons in Excellence from Charlie Trotter

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Has anyone else read Lessons in Excellence from Charlie Trotter? It's amazing what CT does to get the best out of his staff. I like the idea of the book, but it wasn't well written, in my opinion. I would have liked the book to be more *Trotterized*, in that I would've liked more examples from CT, instead of directives. More outtakes from the interviews that the author did with CT would have been very cool. I did feel inspired by the book, though, by the attitudes and examples given. Anyone else?
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cookm,

Chef Joe George wrote a review of this book awhile back for ChefTalk. If you would like to read the review follow this link:
http://www.cheftalkstore.com/scstore/p-0898159083.html



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