Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly
by Anthony Bourdain
and last month I finished reading Between a Rock and a Hard Place (Aron Ralston), and One Man's Wilderness (Dick Proenneke). Both I would recommend.
been reading a lot of Koontz lately...I'm currently reading...
Watchers ~ Dean Koontz
I started my other one, The Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell. I'm intrigued so far.
Wow, I just finished Scar Tissue by Anthony Kiedis....great book! Some very touching moments throughout his life. And some moments you just wonder what the fuck was he thinking.
I also did like the Tibetan Freedom festival that the Chili Peppers were getting bumped from (after he met with the Dali Lama and promised his band would be available to play)....and our very own Eddie Vedder caught wind of this and threatened to pull PJ out if the gig if they couldn't give the Chili Peppers some of their time on stage. Anthony said that it was an amazing show of support from Pearl Jam...and they never forgot that.
Restless Soul wrote:
That is tres cool! I'm going to get that book soon. Is scar tissue well written do you think?
I'm probably going to finish up The Di Vinci Code on my way to Calgary tomorrow. Great read! I love the style of writing. Reading this has been a reminder to me of how much I really enjoy the pleasure of a 'good book'
That is on my list. My friend has it and is going to let me borrow it. He said it's a great read.
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