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Chef Kwame Onwuachi calls ‘The Professional Chef’ his bible

Chef Kwame Onwuachi shares his reading list.

Chef Kwame Onwuachi calls ‘The Professional Chef’ his bible
[Illustration: Paddy Mills]

1. India: The Cookbook, Pushpesh Pant
This book opened my eyes to the depths of Indian cuisine. It also changed the way I build flavors.

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2. Kitcho: Japan’s Ultimate Dining Experience, Kunio Tokuoka
Cooking with hyper-seasonal ingredients and traditional methods, kaiseki cuisine has inspired the way we eat hundreds of years later.

3. Thailand: The Cookbook, Jean-Pierre Gabriel
This book shows how diverse the cooking is in Thailand: so many different flavor combinations and obscure herbs that are original.

4. Cooking With Patrick Clark, Charlie Trotter
Patrick Clark is an inspiration who will be immortalized in the rafters of the culinary world.

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5. The Professional Chef, The Culinary Institute of America
In the industry, we refer to this as a bible.

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