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Anthony Bourdain talks travel and food

by Bob Sassone, posted Jul 30th 2007 10:14AM
Anthony BourdainThe reason I like Anthony Bourdain are many. For one, he knows a lot about food but he's not pretentious about it. Two, he isn't afraid to try bizarre foreign foods. And three, he's really blunt and honest about the state of the food industry and the whole celebrity chef culture. He also happens to be a good writer (check out his mystery stories too).

Our friends over at Gadling.com have an interview with Bourdain. Justin asks him about his early experiences traveling overseas, the one time he ate street food that forced him to go to the doctor, and where the show will take him this season (and how he chooses where to go).

The new season of No Reservations starts at 10pm tonight on The Travel Channel.

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Rhea

I loved Kitchen Confidential and am now reading The Nasty Bits. I've learned so much from him.

August 17 2007 at 9:23 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
zippersgirl

One of the funniest, albeit often cringe inducing shows on cable. How anyone can eat and drink that much and stay so thin is beyond me. ( And annoying as well!)

Love his caustic humor and sometimes biting remarks directed towards some of his fellow Cheflebrities.

July 30 2007 at 4:33 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Scott

I'm a huge Bourdain fan, and am excited about a new season of "No Reservations." The interview isn't particularly entertaining, but I did learn a few things that any fan of his show would find interesting.

July 30 2007 at 12:39 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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