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Amateur Gourmet blogger Adam Roberts talks to Eater National about traveling the country for his second book, Secrets of the Best Chefs: Recipes, Techniques, and Tricks from America's Greatest Cooks, for which he cooked with the likes of José Andrés, Alice Waters, Nancy Silverton, and Roy Choi. Roberts discusses which chefs surprised him, which chefs gave him the hardest time (do not call Michael White's pasta "noodles"), and the foods he "never in a million years" would have made before writing this book. [-EN-]

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