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Free download The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò David McMillan Free read The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts Taurants the food is good and the wine list is awesome but the chairs suck the art on the wall is revolting and a Caf Del Mar CD is playing continuously on the sound system You can be a good cook or even a great chef but it doesnt make you a restaurateur You have to have other interests and you have to actually readThankfully Fred Allison and I geek out over the same classic stuff a perfect Adirondack chair a red vinyl banuette with brass nails a pretty oyster bar counter old enameled cast iron sinks industrial lamps a banged up Rancilio coffee machine We like wood old paint and a simple touch of cottage This is why we love Maine the Gasp and Kamouraska I had so many bad experiences with Montreals hottest designers who simply couldnt design a proper service station that I ended up buying an old medicine cabinet for Joe Beef Its shelves drawers and glass bottles that once held swabs now hold knives It works and it looks like it is where it should be As Joe Beef came together thats how it felt in general like it had always been thereThe restaurant group we worked with prior to Joe Beef never understood our cooking but the customers did We are thankful for the experience it just wasnt for us We wanted our next project to be different from anything we had done before We wanted to open a small simple bistro not unlike what Sam Hayward was doing with beautiful country food at Fore Street in Portland MaineWe imagined we would walk to the market and buy our produce every day I was going to cook the meats Fred was going to do the appetizers and vegetables and then we were going to do the dishestogether Allison would run the dining room and John Bil would tend bar and shuck the occasional oyster We would be open for lunch Seventy bucks would be our top end wine Fred would put one lobster item on the menu butfor him than for anyone else We figured we might move one or two lobster spaghettis per day but not muchWe just wanted to sell a few oysters a bit of fish and a bit of steakOn opening day the restaurant was packed It went well The only crazy thing was that Fred and I shelled fava beans in the backyard for three hours and we believed that it was going to be that way every day On the second day of business we realized we needed to get a proper dishwasher We also realized at pm that we had been there since am and we wanted to go home One lunchtime highlight was watching a country gentleman named Mr Barber eat Dungeness and drink Meursault while wearing classic hunting apparel Hence the Grand Opening and prompt Grand Closing of lunch service at Joe BeefWhen we first opened we thought we would be catering primarily to the antiue dealers and other locals who lived on the Lachine Canal But people actually followed us from our previous workplace and we were getting customers who wanted to pay for two pound lobsters small farm beef and small grower Champagnes and premier cru Burgundies Fred was thrilled to come up with these dishes and I wasthan willing to work with private wine agents who wouldnt have dealt with us on Saint Laurent We had the opportunity to work with modest sized purveyors because we were working in a different context All of a sudden these smaller sources were not only willing to sell to Joe Beef they were also coming to the restaurant to eat and visit We have never experimented with the concept of the food at Joe Beef It has evolved in some ways of course but the food has always been the food we wanted to do since day one We serve true Bocusian Lyonnaise cuisine du march French market cuisine which enables us to roll with the market in a way that wouldnt be possible with a printed menu Although some complained that our food lacks presentation or is too simplistic we started getting good reviews and earning acclaim soon after opening Chefs from every corner of the United States started showing up at our doorOne night Fred noticed a ragged looking Korean American guy ordering everything on the menu Lo and behold it was David Chang owner of New Yorks Momofuku This was right before David was ordered to rest by his doctor He had boarded a plane for Montreal landed at Trudeau International Airport and was at the Joe Beef bar a couple of nights later The week was of course a complete haze of food wine and long nights and David has been a good friend and Joe Beef supporter ever since The props he gave us were a game changer for us and now we seem to be part of the North American Food Itinerary Were baffled and utterly appreciative Butimportant we are truly happy coming to work every day Foie Gras Parfait with Madeira Jelly Makes to ramekinsThis dish which calls for a whole fresh duck foie gras has been on our menu since day one We like it with a thin layer of our Madeira Jelly poured on top but almost any compote jam or jelly can be served alongside whole fresh duck foie gras about ounces g cups liter milk cups ml whipping cream percent butterfat tablespoon brandy teaspoon sugarSalt and pepper egg yolks whole eggsBoiling water as neededBlack truffle shavings for topping optional Madeira Jelly recipe follows Toasted brioche or pain de campagne country bread for servingPlace the liver in a large bowl and pour the milk over it Cover and set aside at room temperature for to hours You want the liver to soften and to look and feel like a giant piece of Silly Putty When you have that consistency take the liver out of the bowl put it on paper towels and pat it dry Throw out the milkPreheat the oven to F C Put the cream in a small saucepan and place it over high heatNow heres the weird part Using a table knife split the liver in half lengthwise There will be veins and nerves and bile ducts Basically anything you see that is red or green should be taken out Its not a big deal if you dont remove it all Just get what you can Pat both halves dryCut the liver into cubes The smaller they are the easier on your blender or food processor Put the cubes in a large wide bowl add the brandy sugar and a healthy sprinkle each of salt and pepper and turn the cubes gently to coat them on all sidesPut the cubes in a blender or food processor and pulse until the cubes are all gone and you are left with a creamy consistency Add the egg yolks and whole eggs The cream will be at a boil by now so take it off the burner You want to pulse for about seconds add some cream pulse for seconds add a littlecream and then pulse again Continue like this until all the hot cream is added and the liver is smooth and creamy like a frothy McDonalds milk shakePour the liuid liver through a coarse mesh sieve into a bowl with a spout or a large measuring pitcher You need to strain out any nasty bits you may have missed before Divide the mixture evenly among to ramekins or jam jars cup ml each Select a baking dish just large enough to hold the ramekins without touching you may need to use baking dishes or bake the parfaits in batches and line the bottom with a double layer of paper towels Place the ramekins in the baking dishPull out the oven rack put the baking dish on it pour the boiling water into the baking dish to reach about halfway up the sides of the ramekins and push in the oven rack Bake for minutes then pull out the oven rack and lightly shake the ramekins If the liver wobbles stiffly youre ready If not push in the rack and bake for another to minutes then test againWhen the parfaits are ready remove them from the baking dish and let them cool to room temperature If y. Adventures of Superman Vol 3 you a restaurateur You have to have other interests and Union Torsere #2 you have to actually readThankfully Fred Allison and I geek out over the same classic stuff a perfect Adirondack chair a red vinyl banuette with brass nails a pretty oyster bar counter old enameled cast iron sinks industrial lamps a banged up Rancilio coffee machine We like wood old paint and a simple touch of cottage This is why we love Maine the Gasp and Kamouraska I had so many bad experiences with Montreals hottest designers who simply couldnt design a proper service station that I ended up buying an old medicine cabinet for Joe Beef Its shelves drawers and glass bottles that once held swabs now hold knives It works and it looks like it is where it should be As Joe Beef came together thats how it felt in general like it had always been thereThe restaurant group we worked with prior to Joe Beef never understood our cooking but the customers did We are thankful for the experience it just wasnt for us We wanted our next project to be different from anything we had done before We wanted to open a small simple bistro not unlike what Sam Hayward was doing with beautiful country food at Fore Street in Portland MaineWe imagined we would walk to the market and buy our produce every day I was going to cook the meats Fred was going to do the appetizers and vegetables and then we were going to do the dishestogether Allison would run the dining room and John Bil would tend bar and shuck the occasional oyster We would be open for lunch Seventy bucks would be our top end wine Fred would put one lobster item on the menu butfor him than for anyone else We figured we might move one or two lobster spaghettis per day but not muchWe just wanted to sell a few oysters a bit of fish and a bit of steakOn opening day the restaurant was packed It went well The only crazy thing was that Fred and I shelled fava beans in the backyard for three hours and we believed that it was going to be that way every day On the second day of business we realized we needed to get a proper dishwasher We also realized at pm that we had been there since am and we wanted to go home One lunchtime highlight was watching a country gentleman named Mr Barber eat Dungeness and drink Meursault while wearing classic hunting apparel Hence the Grand Opening and prompt Grand Closing of lunch service at Joe BeefWhen we first opened we thought we would be catering primarily to the antiue dealers and other locals who lived on the Lachine Canal But people actually followed us from our previous workplace and we were getting customers who wanted to pay for two pound lobsters small farm beef and small grower Champagnes and premier cru Burgundies Fred was thrilled to come up with these dishes and I wasthan willing to work with private wine agents who wouldnt have dealt with us on Saint Laurent We had the opportunity to work with modest sized purveyors because we were working in a different context All of a sudden these smaller sources were not only willing to sell to Joe Beef they were also coming to the restaurant to eat and visit We have never experimented with the concept of the food at Joe Beef It has evolved in some ways of course but the food has always been the food we wanted to do since day one We serve true Bocusian Lyonnaise cuisine du march French market cuisine which enables us to roll with the market in a way that wouldnt be possible with a printed menu Although some complained that our food lacks presentation or is too simplistic we started getting good reviews and earning acclaim soon after opening Chefs from every corner of the United States started showing up at our doorOne night Fred noticed a ragged looking Korean American guy ordering everything on the menu Lo and behold it was David Chang owner of New Yorks Momofuku This was right before David was ordered to rest by his doctor He had boarded a plane for Montreal landed at Trudeau International Airport and was at the Joe Beef bar a couple of nights later The week was of course a complete haze of food wine and long nights and David has been a good friend and Joe Beef supporter ever since The props he gave us were a game changer for us and now we seem to be part of the North American Food Itinerary Were baffled and utterly appreciative Butimportant we are truly happy coming to work every day Foie Gras Parfait with Madeira Jelly Makes to ramekinsThis dish which calls for a whole fresh duck foie gras has been on our menu since day one We like it with a thin layer of our Madeira Jelly poured on top but almost any compote jam or jelly can be served alongside whole fresh duck foie gras about ounces g cups liter milk cups ml whipping cream percent butterfat tablespoon brandy teaspoon sugarSalt and pepper egg Wild Boy yolks whole eggsBoiling water as neededBlack truffle shavings for topping optional Madeira Jelly recipe follows Toasted brioche or pain de campagne country bread for servingPlace the liver in a large bowl and pour the milk over it Cover and set aside at room temperature for to hours You want the liver to soften and to look and feel like a giant piece of Silly Putty When Hunt Metsas you have that consistency take the liver out of the bowl put it on paper towels and pat it dry Throw out the milkPreheat the oven to F C Put the cream in a small saucepan and place it over high heatNow heres the weird part Using a table knife split the liver in half lengthwise There will be veins and nerves and bile ducts Basically anything The Cry of the Dove you see that is red or green should be taken out Its not a big deal if Five Denials on Merlin's Grave A Poem With Annotations you dont remove it all Just get what Graham Greene: A Life in Letters you can Pat both halves dryCut the liver into cubes The smaller they are the easier on Tragedy Hope A History of the World in Our Time your blender or food processor Put the cubes in a large wide bowl add the brandy sugar and a healthy sprinkle each of salt and pepper and turn the cubes gently to coat them on all sidesPut the cubes in a blender or food processor and pulse until the cubes are all gone and Journey to Ixtlan The Lessons of Don Juan you are left with a creamy consistency Add the egg The SPCK Introduction to Karl Rahner: A Brief Introduction (SPCK Introductions) yolks and whole eggs The cream will be at a boil by now so take it off the burner You want to pulse for about seconds add some cream pulse for seconds add a littlecream and then pulse again Continue like this until all the hot cream is added and the liver is smooth and creamy like a frothy McDonalds milk shakePour the liuid liver through a coarse mesh sieve into a bowl with a spout or a large measuring pitcher You need to strain out any nasty bits Progress in Mathematics, Grade 2, Vol. 7 you may have missed before Divide the mixture evenly among to ramekins or jam jars cup ml each Select a baking dish just large enough to hold the ramekins without touching Duty and Sacrifice – Saviors you may need to use baking dishes or bake the parfaits in batches and line the bottom with a double layer of paper towels Place the ramekins in the baking dishPull out the oven rack put the baking dish on it pour the boiling water into the baking dish to reach about halfway up the sides of the ramekins and push in the oven rack Bake for minutes then pull out the oven rack and lightly shake the ramekins If the liver wobbles stiffly Memoirs of Margaret Fuller Ossoli youre ready If not push in the rack and bake for another to minutes then test againWhen the parfaits are ready remove them from the baking dish and let them cool to room temperature If Russian Imperialism Revisited y.

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Free download The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò David McMillan Free read The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts Chapter Building a Tiny Restaurant in the Middle of NowhereLittle Burgundy was a refuge To escape our prior workplace Fred and I would go for drives around Montreal stopping at hardware stores food markets Chinatown old corner restaurants Sometimes we would browse junk shops or raid the downtown Salvation Army Maybe we were already starting to build a restaurant in our minds or maybe we just needed to get away from the supper club scene on Boulevard Saint Laurent where we worked Either way we were always on the lookout for old plates oyster forks live king crabs shitty chairs medicine cabinets or the ultimate baloney sandwich All roads led to Little BurgundyLittle Burgundy is an area in southwest Montreal bordering the Lachine Canal In the mid s French colonists named it La Petite Bourgogne because of its resemblance to its namesake in France It sits on a plateau south of Mount Royal and just north of the Saint Lawrence River Home to the Canadian National Railway yards and the Canadian Steel plant Little Burgundy was and remains a working class neighborhood For the past ten years it has been featured in every local magazines next up and coming neighborhood article but for reasons both obvious and obscure it has been slow to reach its supposed potentialNotre Dame is Little Burgundys main north to south thoroughfare a street full of inimitable characters historical edifices and appealing old boutiues among them the amazing Grand Central antiues the eclectic and now sadly defunct Arcadia the Irish lady junk shop and the All Things Vintage store Nearby is antiue purveyor Madame Cash who earned her nickname in the s from cashing government checks for residents in the surrounding row houses Across the street stands the majestic Corona Theatre Ella and Oliver Jones played there so did Oscar Peterson who was born in Little Burgundy Around the corner is the ever abiding Atwater Market This neighborhood has everything going for itAmong all this stood Caf Miguel a diamond in the very rough located at Rue Notre Dame West owned by a wildly passive aggressive troll of a man He made six killer sandwiches and espresso as strong as it was good And while his ambition to open a small restaurant was good he soon ran into troubletrolls alas dont make good restaurant owners His trouble was our opportunity and Allison Fred and I got to thinking We knew we could cook we knew what the restaurant should look like and we knew intuitively that we could get people to come to Little Burgundy But it would take workFor one thing the caf was a bit of a dump like a dirty pig that wears a dress too many accessories and perfume It had a solid yet filthy shell and was furnished with IKEA tables school chairs and a blackboard with sandwich listings full of spelling mistakes There was a six burner stove a deep fryer a ventilation hood an espresso machine and a working chimney We would essentially be acuiring the bare bones of a restaurant which might make it workable since we had very little money to startThe backyard was full of graffiti cigarette butts beer bottles tiny plastic bags and what Fred believed was industrial waste The clientele consisted of local furniture refinishers and antiue dealersbasically guys with yellow fingers who stunk of lacuer thinner Allison Fred and I held meetings in my truck in the backyard during which we brainstormed on what our restaurant might look like what food we would serve and who we would harassor terrorizefor favors to get it off the ground We had anxiety about putting it all together and for good reason we dont have the organizational skills to do anything Ask anyone and theyll tell you that we essentially have the attention spans of ferrets on speed At least Fred and I do Allison is the voice of reasonSo we met with three friends who also happen to be financial guys Ronnie Steinberg Jeff Baikowitz and David Lisbona to see if our idea could become a financial reality We dont remember much of the meeting except that it was boring it was held in a boardroom and after five minutes I was wearing a baseball helmet I picked off a nearby shelf and Fred was chasing me around with no shirt on The obvious conclusion is that Ronnie Jeff and David convinced us it could work if we did it on the cheap and they agreed to partner in for percent Jeff tells us now that when we left the room he told Ronnie and David to give whatever amount they would feel comfortable never seeing againWe are still partners with these three and if it werent for them none of this would be possible If you walk into David Lisbonas office today youll see seventy five laminated newspaper clippings about Joe Beef alongside one picture of his kids Their faith and pride in us are astounding Building Joe BeefIt took two months to build We scrounged uickly to make it work The restaurant came together with love about twenty packs of wainscoting and unlimited generosity and interest from friends Mathieu Gaudet a Montreal sculptor friend and Saint Henri local built among other things our tables On first glance they look like they are ebony and mahogany but they are actually MDF medium density fiberboard combined with that really bad Masonite pressboard and many shiny coats of oil finish He also built the bar from an old farmhouse floor that probably had fifteen coats of lead paint on it Dont worry its sealed you cant go crazy from eating at the Joe Beef bar The beautiful old tavern chairs we found by chance We spotted them when we were driving around one day and pulled over and asked the guy what he wanted for them He said twenty bucksnot per chair but for the lotOur friend Peter Hoffer did a beautiful installation of paintings about twenty small abstracts and landscapes on one wall We have always liked Peters aesthetic whether it is of uebec trees or girls without shirts His art fits our rustic environment and feels like it has always been thereThe eccentric and kooky Joe Battat another one of our friends and favorite customers showed up one day in the dining room with a giant bison head It looks real and is about half the size of a Honda Civic We zapped it onto the wall of the bathroom and it has been scaring young kids ever sinceA couple of years back one of our customers Howie Levine gave Fred a fart machine with a remote control Fred immediately hid it in an ear of the bison so whenever someone walked into the bathroom and closed the door Fred would go crazy on the remote and wait for the customer to emerge in a daze of confused humiliationThe bathroom also boasts old photos taken at Bob Dylan and Neil Young concerts by Joe Battat and the door is covered with old Canadian license plates fishing permits and uebec signage Serendipitously all the crazy elements seem to come togetherPeople still show up with old nostalgia laden items that somehow fit the spirit of Joe Beefthings theyve found at yard sales in their grandmas attic at the back of the garage We have a barracuda caught by a uebec politico Viking candelabras bear heads a grand notice of the beatification of the now good brother Saint Andre whale bones trophies Best Eater Kevin pictures of Uncle Jack fishing for salmon in British Columbia and glasses shaped like naked womenIn other words ambience is a big part of Joe Beef The lighting the music and whats on the walls matter a great deal to us Wine and food are not the only story A true restaurateur has to be a jack of many trades You see it all the time in res.

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Free download The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts ì PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free review ó PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ò David McMillan Free read The Art of Living According to Joe Beef: A Cookbook of Sorts Ou are using the truffle shavings arrange some on top of each parfait Cover the parfaits and refrigerate until chilled Top with the jelly as directed then re cover and return to the refrigerator as directed The parfaits will keep for up to days Remove from the refrigerator about minutes before serving with the toasted brioche Madeira Jelly Makes cup ml sheets gelatin cup ml Madeira wine tablespoons ml water tablespoons maple syrup teaspoon white wine vinegarBloom the gelatin sheets in a bowl of cool water to cover for to minutes or until they soften and swellIn a small pot combine the wine water maple syrup and vinegar over medium heat When hot remove from the heat Gently sueeze the gelatin sheets add to the wine mixture and whisk until completely dissolvedIf using for the parfaits spoon a thin layer of the warm liuid over each chilled parfait and refrigerate for minutes to set the jelly The layer should be inch mm thick If not using for the parfaits pour the warm liuid into a jar with a tight fitting lid and refrigerate It will keep for up to days When serving this jelly on a plate we press it through a ricer to give it a mound of kryptonite appearanceFinalist IACP Awards Chefs Restaurants CategoryWinner of Foods Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks As I leafed through the pages I came to be charmed by their story and the unconventional way the book is laid out There is a sense of history to the book and their deep love of Montreal is evident throughout There is richness in detail and usually a lovely idiosyncratic story for each recipe that makes the book as much of an engaging read as a straightforward cookbookJudge Alice Waters Foods Piglet Tournament of Cookbooks One of the best cookbooks of the yeare stories by Frdric Morin and David McMillan are worth the priceEdwardAsh Milby Buyer at Barnes NobleThis bizarre and spectacular book isn t like the other on my listbut then again it s not much like any other book I know of cooking related or otherwise a kind of artist s statement for an idiosyncratic and unlikely restaurantMother Jones Favorite Cookbooks of Proof of Morin s and McMillan s creative culinary geniusA Today Joe Beef is a Montreal restaurant worthy of a special trip north as David Chang attests in his foreword to this cookbook of sorts The free form tome embodies the delicious chaos of the place and the eccentric interests and oversize appetites of the men behind itchefs and co owners Frdric Morin and David McMillan Theres history here including the tale of Joe Beef himself the th century Irish immigrant Canadian tavern owner and friend of the working man for whom the restaurant is named In addition to recipes there are chapters on the history of Montreal eating spotlighting the casse croutetradition of ramshackle snack shacks and on trainsold school rail travel being one of Morins enduring obsessionsCook this Spaghetti homard lobster in bacon brandy cream stuffed dining car calf liver in Parmesan mustard crust Joe Beef foie gras and cheddar cheese Double DownTime Out New York The Season s Best Cookbooks I believe everyone should eat at Joe Beef at least once And I think everyone should buy this cookbookFood Republic Inventive meaty badass cooking And with these chefs you get the sense that food and only food is what mattersBonAppetit BA Daily blog Beautiful hip both feminine and masculine at the same time The book conveys an entire atmosphere a way of relating to food yes but also time and love and communication The recipes are sexy but in the way that Montreal is sexy If you have been to Montreal I m guessing you know what I meanEating from the Ground Up If one judges a cookbook by its idiosyncrasies this fall s best comes from Canada The Art of Living According to Joe Beef by Frdric Morin and David McMillan will teach you how to cook a horse steak make absinthe tour Canada by train and cure a hangover kale with bacon and fried egg But what makes this cookbook so greatand Momofuku Ko chef David Chang s favorite restaurant in the world according to his forewordis the confidence humor and lack of pretense that allows Morin and McMillan to serve a mound of caviar next to a martini garnished with a Vienna sausage Oh those CanadiansDepartures This book from the folks behind the Montreal restaurant David Chang calls his favorite restaurant in the world covers a fantastic range of topics Sure there are recipes but there is also a history of the restaurants of Montreal a paean to the trains of Canada Le Grand Setup de Caviar a thirty ingredient smorgasbord a martini recipe that calls for a Vienna sausage garnish and plans for building a smoker yourselfEater National From the acclaimed Montreal restaurant come personality packed tales of food and drink like instructions for building a smoker and distilling absintheTAILS The Year s Best Cookbooks September IssueTouching on many of this fall s themesand simultaneously defying categorizationis The Art of Living According to Joe Beef A Cookbook of Sorts by David McMillan Frdric Morin and Meredith Erickson While it is tied to a restaurant Montreal bistro Joe Beef it makes nods to regular folks too including for instance instructions for building a backyard smoker But with recipes for Swedish sandwiches recollections of favorite train trips and a love letter to French burgundy this is one cookbook thathappily for useschews all the trendsPublishers Weekly Top Fall Cookbooks Asavvy page turner full of meats oysters attitude and irreverencePublishers Weekly Fred Dave and Meredith are a significant part of what makes Montreal dangerousand deliciousto anyone who loves food The words Joe Beef are synonymous with good food and good times ANTHONY BOURDAIN This is the most amazing cookbook of the last ten years As a longtime fan of the restaurant and its staff I can tell you that Joe Beef isthan just an eatery It embodies a way of looking at food and life a zeitgeist that I thought was impossible to capture in print I was wrong If you want to cook in a gutsy honest meat centric modernist aestheticthen look no further ANDREW ZIMMERN award winning chef author and host of Bizarre Foods with Andrew ZimmernEating at Joe Beef is the most heartwarming delicious time you will have north of the border Fred and David are truly talented artisans and gastronomes dedicated to flavor techniue and downright old world hospitality Read this book itll make your mouth water FRANK CASTRONOVO and FRANK FALCINELLI chefs owners Frankies Spuntino This cookbook is crazy delicious just like the restaurantfull of fun flavor philosophy and food BONNIE STERN founder Bonnie Stern School of Cooking Fred and Dave sont des vrais are the real thing They were hunting fishing foraging butchering whole animals and growing their own vegetables long before it was cool I could go on about how these boys cook like masters but youll discover that in these pages RIAD NASR executive chef Minetta Tavern The Art of Living According to Joe Beef captures Fred and Daves complete vision their uniue style of cooking and a warm and wacky atmosphere that always seems to be ahead of the curve This is everything we love about Joe Beef without having to fly to Montreal VINNY DOTOLO and JON SHOOK Animal and Son of a Gun restaurantsFilled with historic facts uirky cooking techniues and food that holds nothing back this book is overflowing with ingenuity It reflects indeed the art of living according to Joe Beef CHUCK HUGHES chef owner Garde Mange.

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