Joy Young, Chapman University
Darby Williams, University of Michigan
The anger-prone chef’s hit reality TV program may not be fine dining, but it’s downright indulgent.
Anna Hupp, University of Wyoming
While the documentary possesses some glaring flaws, both ethically and thematically, it is nonetheless a worthwhile and authentic exploration of the troubled idealist’s life and death.
Drew Goretzka, Michigan State University
The friendly nature and casual language of the late chef’s 2000 memoir allows it to be a book that can be loved and enjoyed by all.
Eric McInnis, Arcadia University
With his boisterous personality and passion for cooking, the famous Scottish chef has become one of the biggest television personalities of this decade.
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