US chef David Chang of Momofuku and Ugly Delicious fame bares all in his new memoir Eat a Peach, out on 8 September.
Giving an up-close and personal account of navigating success, and failure, in the modern restaurant world, the celebrity chef and Netflix star shares his highs and lows of nearly two decades in the profession - all while tackling his demons, and all in the pursuit of deliciousness.
What Chang says he thought would start out as a self-help book soon became a memoir and a text book on what not to do when starting a business, like starting out in the business as a new owner.
Chang has openly discussed his battles with mental health in the past, and in this new book he once again tackles his depression head-on, exploring how the illness has helped shape his career and decisions.
A must-read for Chang fans, industry professionals, and anyone wanting to learn more about what makes one of the most influential chefs of his generation tick.
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