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Chefs' Favorite Cookbooks

Big-Fat-Duck-Cookbook-150.jpgThe Guardian asks some chefs about their favorite cookbooks (including Daniel Boulud and Simon Rogan), but leave it to Heston Blumenthal to give a totally unexpected answer: "The Man who Mistook His Wife for a Hat by Oliver Sacks...particularly the chapters about the sixth sense of proprioception and what happens when you lose it. It's not obviously linked to food, but it makes you think about the way we approach all the senses." [Guardian]

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