Where I Come from: Life Lessons from a Latino Chef

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Price
$27.00  $24.84
Publisher
Abrams Press
Publish Date
Pages
288
Dimensions
6.3 X 9.3 X 1.0 inches | 1.1 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781419738029

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About the Author

Aaron Sanchez is an award-winning chef, TV personality, cookbook author, and philanthropist. He is the costar of the hit series MasterChef and MasterChef Jr. and has starred and guest-starred on many television series on Food Network and Cooking Channel. He lives in New Orleans.

Reviews

"This book is a testament to family and the mentors that shape a young cook into a passionate, innovative, and ruthless chef. Aar贸n's journey is an absolute page-turner, with gritty stories and hilarious anecdotes that make you understand the man behind the restaurants and TV shows."--Gordon Ramsay
"Chef Aar贸n S谩nchez's memoir touched my soul. As a fellow Mexican-American, I grew up a lot like Aar贸n and shared the same kind of traditional Mexican cuisines every night at the dinner table. I have a new respect and understanding for the recipes that were passed along within my family, and I now have a deeper appreciation, because I recognize that this is connection to my past that will live on forever."--Oscar De La Hoya
"Where I Come From is more than a memoir, it is a true testament to Aar贸n's passion, infectious energy, and humility. He celebrates his Mexican heritage and his drive to always be learning. As Aar贸n shares his life experiences, he demonstrates a deep commitment to craft, culture, family, and personal growth that is truly inspiring. This captivating book reminds us that food is dynamic, a form of cultural currency only truly appreciated when shared. Enjoy this honest and brilliant look into his life!"--Emeril Lagasse

"A delicious reading experience."--Kirkus
"S谩nchez's fans will relish this richly told life story of a chef celebrating his roots."--Publisher's Weekly
"A frank and vulnerable account of his life, from his earliest days along the Texas-Mexico border to his youth in New York, then his TV career and fatherhood."--Texas Monthly