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Fine Dining Madness The Rules & Realities of Fine Dining: Galloway, John [Signed]

Fine Dining Madness The Rules & Realities of Fine Dining

Galloway, John [Signed]

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ISBN 10: 0595670067 / ISBN 13: 9780595670062
Published by Iuniverse Inc. c2005., New York, 2005
Condition: NF Hardcover
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Warmly inscribed by author to Bob Lape, noted food critic for WCBS. Book is NF, clean and tight; no previous owner's name, no markings in text. Clean, bright jacket is NF, no chips, tears or creases, not price-clipped. Not a remainder or ex-library. ; Signed by Author; Signed by Author. Bookseller Inventory # 56569

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Title: Fine Dining Madness The Rules & Realities of...

Publisher: Iuniverse Inc. c2005., New York

Publication Date: 2005

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: NF

Dust Jacket Condition: NF

Signed: Signed by Author(s)

Edition: First Edition; First Printing.

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The waiter spit in your food. And no way that last cup of coffee was decaf. Your steak took a dramatic roll on the kitchen floor, but according to the staff, the three-second rule applies. When it comes to dining out, our worst fears are realities and much, much more. Rut thankfully, there is hilarious rescue. In FINE DINING MADNESS restaurant journeyman John Galloway takes the diner to school and shows how to avoid such service malice and get the very most from their dining experience. FINE DINING MADNESS gives all restaurant patrons the steadfast rules. With priceless humor and shocking revelations. John Galloway recounts his restaurant war stories and people therein. From mega-stars, call girls, mob bosses, and crazed chefs, to all forms of addiction, wine insights, imperative tipping protocol and other vital insider information, you learn how to get the maximum value from your restaurant dollar. Fie even spills the news on a thousand reasons why not to own a restaurant. All the while, John Galloway plots his own departure from the brutal grasp of restaurant toil. His dream is to fly, but first he must survive his time as a fine dining penguin.John Galloway's FINE DINING MADNESS is a must read tor anyone who dines out, aspires to a better life, or ever wanted to know what was happening behind those swinging doors. This is the veritable restaurant bible with the rules you can't afford not to know, lest you don't mind that three-second floorsteak.


"Anyone who dines out will enjoy FINE DINING MADNESS. In short, this is one fun book." -- BOOKVIEWS.COM

"FINE DINING MADNESS is a triumph in nonfiction." -- The Anchor

"FINE DINING MADNESS is the perfect gift for anyone who was worked in the culinary trenches." -- The Neon/Winter 2005

"FINE DINING MADNESS is without a doubt the finest, funniest restaurant book ever written. Cheers to John Galloway!" -- Call Back Magazine

"Savagely Funny!" -- Louisville Journal-Courier

FDM is more than a book about restaurants. It's a book about life, and a phenominal one at that. -- Vander Braveau/Books Reviewer, The New York Spectrum

FINE DINING MADNESS should be mandatory reading for anyone who dines. A high-five to John Galloway! -- Chef Corps, Fall 2005

It won't be long before everyone will be reading "Fine Dining Madness" and impatiently awaiting John Galloway's next book. -- Soho Advocate

John Galloway's "FINE DINING MADNESS : the rules & realities of fine dining" is hilarious, fascinating, and above all, realistic! -- Pierre Wolfe, National Radio Personality

Were FINE DINING MADNESS food, it would be the finest filet mignon money could buy. Absolutely a five-star masterpiece! -- The Halifax Reader, September, 2005

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