Cooking on Speed

Become a Badass Chef in Four Hours

So long, laborious home cooking.
So long, laborious home cooking.

For some, it takes four hours just to prep a simple spaghetti sauce; Tim Ferriss, author of the upcoming The 4-Hour Chef, thinks that’s how long it should take to become Mario Batali. Ferriss’s first book, The 4-Hour Workweek, has been on the New York Times’ best-seller list for four years, and his second book, The 4-Hour Body, shares how he gained 34 pounds of muscle in 28 days, and, among other things, can produce a fifteen-minute female orgasm. So, yeah, the cookbook will draw from that stuff and include several idiot-proof, un-Momofuku-like recipes, along with a couple of cheat sheets for, ahem, faking it around the food snobs. [Independent UK]

Become a Badass Chef in Four Hours