The Devil in the Kitchen is a revealing look at the life of acclaimed chef Marco Pierre White. From his difficult childhood to his meteoric rise in the culinary world, White tells all, including tales of sex, drugs, and madness. He also offers up recipes from his celebrated career as one of the most prestigious chefs in the world.
For who is this book for ?
This book is for anyone with an interest in cooking or in the life of a celebrity chef. It offers a fascinating glimpse into Marco Pierre White’s world, and provides recipes that have made him one of the most respected chefs in history.
- Offers a unique perspective into the culinary world
- Provides recipes from one of the most prestigious chefs in the world
- Tells tales of sex, drugs, and madness
- The author is chef Marco Pierre White, so the recipes might be hard to follow.
- The book may be too dense for the average reader.
- It’s a tell-all memoir, which means there could be some salacious details that don’t interest non-chefs.
Learn more about the author
Marco Pierre White was born in Leeds, England, in 1961. He began his career as a chef at the age of 19 and soon became one of the most acclaimed chefs in the world. His restaurants have been awarded three Michelin stars, making him the first British chef to ever achieve that distinction. In 1995, he retired from cooking at the age of 34 and has since become a television personality and author.
“This book is a great read for any fan of the culinary world. Marco Pierre White shares some insights and recipes that only a master chef could offer.”
“Wonderful book – interesting, informative and entertaining. Could not put it down!”
“Marco Pierre White is one of the world’s great chefs, and in this book he tells all about his life – the good, the bad, and the bloody ugly. If you’re interested in food then you must read this book.”
“If you’re at all interested in food, cooking, or the restaurant business, this is a book you need to read. It’s a fascinating and sometimes shocking account of one man’s life and career.”