Author(s): Charlotte Druckman
Expanding upon her explosive article 'Why Are There No Great Woman Chefs?' superstar food journalist Charlotte Druckman goes behind the kitchen doors of some of the world's leading female chefs to get to the bottom of what makes them tick, where the rivalries are and who are the female equivalents of foodie bad boys. Among her subjects of this uncensored look are Beth Aretsky and Gabrielle Hamilton. Druckman's investigative skills, knowledge of the food world and her unique narrative voice will make this compulsive reading.
An expose of women chefs with the irreverent tone of Kitchen Confidential by an established food journalist.; Food and women is a hot-button issue; This book features every notable or celebrity chef who is a woman; The genre of literary food writing is expanding, but there's not book quite like this: a confessional approach to the issue of women in the kitchen.; Charlotte Druckman is a rising star in the food-writing world.
Charlotte Druckman is a journalist, author and co-founder of the annual Tournament of Cookbooks with Amanda Hesser and Merrill Stubbs. She covers food for The Wall Street Journal and has written a regular column for The New York Times Style Magazine. She frequently contributes to many other publications.