The 4-Hour Chef Overview
The internet has been abuzz ever since Tim Ferriss dropped some details regarding his newest book (it has a physical copy and a Kindle version), “The 4-Hour Chef: The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good Life”. It’s the latest addition to his publicly and critically-acclaimed “4-Hour” series. The book won’t be available until September 25, 2012; but as of now, everyone is thrilled to hear the announcement. The excitement and anticipation for it is apparent in various blogs and forums on the web. Just recently, Amazon has started accommodating pre-ordering for “The 4-Hour Chef”. And as of now, pre-orders are pouring in for the book even if its release won’t come for nearly a year from now.
This latest endeavor from Tim Ferriss is sort of the ‘by-product’ of popular demand. His 1M+ monthly blog followers have clamored for this kind of book for years and years. Most of his loyal fanbase have requested a guide towards improving mental performance. “In other words, answering the question: how do you deconstruct and learn any skill?” says Tim. His reply to the question he posed and to the public clamor: “Well, I’ve been listening all along, and that book is here!”
“The 4-Hour Chef: The Simple Path to Cooking Like a Pro, Learning Anything, and Living the Good Life” is deceivingly not your typical cookbook. The name “Timothy Ferriss” on its cover should clue you in that it’s not your run-of-the-mill culinary guide. Ferriss’ book aims to help you improve your mental performance via cooking. “Intended to be ‘the cookbook for people who don’t buy cookbooks’,’ The 4-Hour Chef’ will use food as a vehicle to teach the art and science of meta-learning–the skill of learning skills” says Tim. “Featuring recipes and cooking tricks from world-renowned chefs, interspersed with the radically counterintuitive advice Ferriss’ fans have come to expect, ‘The 4-Hour Chef ‘ is a practical but unusual guide to mastering food and cooking, whether you are a seasoned pro or a blank-slate novice”, says the Amazon webpage for the book. So whether you aspire to learn how to cook the perfect burger, the French language, or how to play the guitar like Hendrix, this book may just assist you in a big way with those.
Tim Ferris, the renowned author, has a solid track record when it comes to his books. His “4-Hour Workweek” and the “4-Hour Body” are certified #1 New York Times best sellers. His “4-Hour Workweek” was on top for four years, and was translated to 5 languages – a testament to his credibility as an author as he has changed many lives since then. For more information and updates on the “4-Hour Chef” and his other works, you can check out his website: http://www.fourhourworkweek.com