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4-Hour Chef: The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good Life (英语) 精装 – 2012年11月20日

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  • 出版社: New Harvest; 1 (2012年11月20日)
  • 精装: 672页
  • 语种: 英语
  • ISBN: 0547884591
  • 条形码: 0884628007272
  • 商品尺寸: 19 x 4.9 x 23.2 cm
  • 商品重量: 1.7 Kg
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Enjoy a Sampler Platter of The 4-Hour Chef

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Tim learns about selecting the best cuts at Dickson's Farmstand Meats.
At Dickson's Farmstand Meats, Tim gets tips on
the art of butchering from an in-house expert.
Tim prepares to make Bistecca
Alla Panzanese.
He coats the meat with grapeseed oil and
seasons both sides with salt and pepper.


Harissa Crab Cakes, a quick appetizer that showcases the flavors of chili and lime.
The ingredients for Mashed Coconut
Cauliflower with Cashews--mashed potato
mouthfeel without the guilt.
Tim prepares succulent Herbed
Sous-Vide Turkey Legs with thyme,
sage, garlic, and butter.
These White Chocolate Chip and Pistachio
Cookies have a delectable flavor and texture.


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“Tim Ferriss distills kitchen wisdom like a rotary evaporator on power surge. The results are potent, lucid, and delicious.”
— Nick Kokonas, Co-Owner, Alinea, Next, The Aviary

“Wildly inventive.. [a] rangy, obsessive immersion in food and its many wonders. [T]he tools needed to learn to cook well can be deployed in every manner of endeavor, from skinning a deer to memorizing a deck of cards. The author distills them into minimal, learnable units and examines how to order the units so as to keep readers engaged in their endeavors. Ferriss is a beguiling guide to this process, at once charmingly smart aleck-y and deadly serious, and he aims to make readers knowledgeable and freethinking.” Kirkus Reviews 

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平均5.0 星 Great book with the right expectations 2012年12月10日
评论者 Mark Fenny - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
版本: 精装 已确认购买
Disclaimer: I am a real reviewer who actually purchased and read the book. I felt compelled to write my first review because I was annoyed in two ways: first, the clearly fake reviewers, second, the readers who came in with ridiculous expectations about the contents of the book.

Second disclaimer: I am NOT a Tim worshiper. The 4-Hour Workweek is a sometimes unethical pipe dream that a couple people writers imitating Tim have made money on. For most of us, it contains a couple tricks to be more efficient at our 9-5. The 4-Hour Body is a relatively interesting and fun book on fitness and diet experimentation. I learned a few tips and tricks from it and really enjoyed reading about his experiences. I have read most of Tim's blog and consider it a sometimes better alternative to "Life Hacker".

Those two disclaimers being said, this is a GREAT book if you come in with the right expectations. If you're looking for 600+ pages solely devoted to grocery shopping, prep, recipes, cooking and eating, you will not find it here. You'll find about 200-250 pages dedicated solely to such, and 200 more at least somewhat related--consisting of wilderness cooking and survival, great restaurants, 140 character recipes, and basic tools you need in the kitchen. At a macro level, the most useful cooking lessons are Tim's notes on equipment to have in your kitchen, his 10 easy recipes (most of which are really interesting/easy shortcuts), and the charts on spices that go with different countries. At a micro level, I picked up a few random tidbits from the 1/2-pagers on how to quickly defrost a steak, how to make the perfect cup of coffee, etc. The most important part of this section is that Tim teaches you HOW to cook, not just how to follow a recipe. The best part about his methodology is that he removes all roadblocks from the reader--the excessively expensive equipment, the hard to find ingredients, and the difficult cooking techniques are all put nicely out of mind with shortcuts and detailed pictures.

The rest of the book, in my opinion, is actually more interesting. The first section is about a hundred pages are worth the price of admission alone. It details a method to learn anything efficiently--Tim is merely using cooking as a MEDIUM to teach this method. I've started applying this first section to learning a number of skills already. As the middle sections are the ones devoted to cooking and wilderness survival that I detailed above, the appendix is related to random skills and interesting "life hacks" that you can learn quickly. Yes, these feel like last-minute additions but if one thing is clear Tim actually cares about his readers, why not throw in these interesting pages--they do not detract from the focus as they are part of the appendix.

If I can say one thing--buy this book. For me, I can see myself going back to it for years anytime I'd like to learn a new skill (be it with cooking or otherwise). If you want to learn HOW to cook taught in an unpretentious tone with easy to follow pictures, you'll find it here. If you're interested in shortcuts to learning complex skills, you'll find it here. If you just want to pick up a few cooking shortcuts, you will most definitely be delighted with this book. And lastly, if you are a fan of Tim and his other works, absolutely buy this book.

Lastly, a note on format, BUY THE HARDCOVER. I bought the Kindle as well since it was on sale for just $4.99 on Amazon and it does not even come close to comparing to the hardcover version. This book is meant to have pages cut out and marked up, its detailed color pictures to be seen, etc.
平均5.0 星 The 4-Hour Chef 2017年3月25日
评论者 SlovakQueen2 - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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If you love Tim Ferriss, you'll love this book. If you don't love Tim Ferriss, you will still probably enjoy this book, as it is less of him being his usual self-promoting self and mire about food and cooking! Despite not bring a Ferriss fan, I really liked this book and found it quite practical and fun!
平均4.0 星 Good and entertaining book, not for cheap, easy meals 2012年11月27日
评论者 Shopper - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I really enjoy Ferriss's books and blog, but the recipes he chose seem to be more East coast and West coast recipes. The recipes are fancier and less practical on a day to day basis and the ingredients are tough to find. I highly, highly recommend his 4 hour workweek and 4 hour body books, but the chef doesn't appeal to mass markets as well as it is in a smaller niche. The chef had great chapters in the beginning on how to learn new subjects quickly and efficiently and that in itself was worth the book's price, but the majority of the book did not relate to the average, common person (Cheap, quick, easy, and tasty recipes). A recipe from the book would be handy for large gatherings if you would like to have a dinner party.

Thanks Tim for another good book!
平均4.0 星 then this is wonderful book. Parts do drag a bit with anecdotes 2017年6月4日
评论者 Charles - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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If you are looking for something beyond a cook book, think cook book + theory and mind expansion, then this is wonderful book. Parts do drag a bit with anecdotes, however the good information in this book makes up for it.
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平均3.0 星 I like Tim Ferriss 2016年2月29日
评论者 Tere - 已在美国亚马逊上发表
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I devoured the 4-Hour Workweek, but quite honestly lost interest in this one before halfway and have not yet finished it. I like Tim Ferriss, and think he has some unique perspectives, but this book has been disappointing for me. It's not that there aren't valuable tidbits, but it just doesn't have that spark I was hoping for that inspires. I hope I can go back and finish it!