The day I went freelance, I knew I wanted to write about food. I worked my way through a stream of avocational cooking courses at Peter Kump's New York Cooking School. I wrote articles for magazines such as Saveur, contributed a long-running series on New Jersey food destinations for The New York Times, and co-authored a book with Nell Newman for Newman's Own Organics.
But now, with The Underground Culinary Tour, I realize a long-held dream to get inside the minds of people who run some of America's greatest restaurants.
Entrepreneur Damian Mogavero created the software that makes restaurants tick. He counts among his clients some of the world's greatest chefs. In this book, he takes us inside the kitchens and dining palaces to show us how data and statistics are helping restaurants stay profitable and are changing the way we eat.
If you love food, cook at home, dine out often, can't resist snapping photos of the food on your plate, and enjoy game-changing books by Malcolm Gladwell or Michael Lewis, you ought to check out this book.
DAMIAN MOGAVERO ON CBS THIS MORNING
DAMIAN MOGAVERO INTERVIeWED ON THE STREET
Listen to a sample of the audiobook, narrated by the author