Anthony Bourdain Has 'No Reservations' About Sandra Lee, Bradley Cooper Or His Kitchen Skills
- Anthony Bourdain isn't trying to get people to like him, and that's exactly why we adore him. As host of Travel Channel's 'No Reservations,' we've seen Tony eat anyth...
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Remember to enter the Kitchen Confidential DVD giveaway!
- Remember everyone, you've got until 5:00 PM Eastern today to enter our giveaway of five copies of Kitchen Confidential on DVD! Any comments we get after 5PM won't be coun...
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Chef Jack Bourdain found enormous success at a young age, but his culinary genius also led to a lifestyle of boozing, womanizing and drugs. After hitting rock bottom and deciding to sober up, the only job he could get was slopping pasta for the masses at a tacky opera-themed restaurant. Out of the blue, Jack is offered an opportunity to get back in the game as head chef at a top New York restaurant. There's just one problem: The owner gives Jack just 48 hours to fully staff his kitchen and prepare to dazzle more than 300 customers -- including the food critic for The New York Times, who also happens to be a jilted ex. Jack hastily assembles a renegade crew of colleagues from his past, including chefs Steven Daedalus, Seth Klein and Teddy Wong. Also along for the ride are Tanya the hostess, a rookie pastry chef named Jim and the owner's daughter -- the gorgeous Mimi, who can't wait for Jack to fail.