The three books have been a mixed bag so far:
- Kitchen Confidential
- Medium Raw (I sped-read through this because it sounded like a rehash of the above)
- No Reservations (a journal/scrapbook based on the TV show, but with additional commentary)
I've been reading these at work during my lunch hour walks or just while eating lunch during my workdays. They make for fun distractions, and are informative to get a realistic sense of what the culinary and restaurant-starting business is all about.
Next on my list are:
In-between I've also been reading some "meatier" stuff on economics and personal finance. Plus whatever I most recently added to my reading list from the library.
So far I'm sort of liking Common Sense Economics, but it seems awfully too straight-forward to be of any real applicability. We'll see when I get to the end if I feel any better.
Cheers to good reading material!