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hi

i watch the food network all the time, and am interested in studying what it takes to be a chef, but i don,t want to go to school...my thoughts on this is buy the books, and study at home..

 

my experience in making sauces it very bad, and this i believe is very important in cooking,  at least i think it is...

 

anyhow, back to the main subject, can someone suggest books i can buy , and i can study at home...

post #2 of 4

what about  this book-

http://www.ciaprochef.com/fbi/books/professionalchef.html

post #3 of 4

On Food & Cooking is a very popular book in culinary schools, basically has everything from pastries to fish to garde manager all in one.

 

As for sauces I've found http://www.thegoodcook.com/recipes-&-reference-books/reference-&-techniques-books/my-cooking-class-sauce-basics-by-keda-black-1070658697.html to be very helpful for some of my friends that want to start learning the basics.

 

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"Mother Nature is the true artist, the Chef is merely the technician"

    -MPW

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"Mother Nature is the true artist, the Chef is merely the technician"

    -MPW

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post #4 of 4

thanks ...will purchase both....later

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