The Bedroom Secrets of The Master Chefs.
The Bedroom Secrets of The Master Chefs
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Danny Skinner Skin·ner , B(urrhus) F(rederick) 1904-1990.
American psychologist. A leading behaviorist, Skinner influenced the fields of psychology and education with his theories of stimulus-response behavior. is a womanizing wom·an·ize
v. woman·ized, woman·iz·ing, woman·iz·es
To pursue women lecherously.
To give female characteristics to; feminize. drinker and restaurant inspector in the UK who becomes convinced his lost father was a chief--possibly one of the master chefs--and embarks on a survey of likely chef prospects to locate his father. His journey will take him across the UK into America, surveying chefs' history, habits, and work. This is a work of superbly written fiction, "The Bedroom Secrets of The Master Chefs" and especially recommended for readers with an interest in high drama against the background of the food world who will find it of truly exceptional interest.