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In case you make the same mistake I did, this book is exactly the same as 'Ten Vineyard Lunches' so you won't want to buy both. Photos are better quality in this one (of my copies) though.
However, both are awesome. What I really like about them are the mastery and comfort he shows at this stage of his life. For example his descriptions of how to make stock (like sitting the meat on top of the vegetables), or the relative proportions of different peppercorns to put in your mill, are more confident and detailed in this book than in any of his others.
I also think it's really nice to have all those wine matches set out as examples that you can learn from, although… Read more