In our default state, our brains constantly get in the way of effective communication. They are lazy, angry, immature, and distracted. They can make a difficult conversation impossible. This book deals with their works.
Through interviews with chefs working in professional kitchens all over the world, culinary students, line cooks and restaurant employees, the author reveals the ten major principles of mise-en-place - including 'Arranging spaces', 'Finishing actions' and more. He also demonstrates how they can be used to boost productivity in all aspects of life.
Presents an examination of the human heart. 'Deep within every man', the author writes, 'there lies the dread of being alone in the world, forgotten by God, overlooked among the household of millions upon millions'. Love, for him, is one of the central aspects of existence; it saves us from isolation and unites us to each other and God.