Chef Anthony Bourdain in South Korea
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Bourdain gained immediate popularity from his 2000 New York Times bestselling book Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly. The book is an "unsparingly acerbic" and "pull-no-punches" exposé of the hidden and darker side of the culinary world, and is a partial memoir of Bourdain's personal and professional life.
Bourdain subsequently wrote two more New York Times bestselling nonfiction books: A Cook's Tour (2001), an exotic account of his food and travel exploits across the world, written in conjunction with his first television series; and The Nasty Bits (2006), another collection of exotic, provocative, and humorous anecdotes and essays mainly centered around food. Bourdain's additional books include Anthony Bourdain's Les Halles Cookbook; the culinary mysteries Bone in the Throat and Gone Bamboo; a hypothetical historical investigation, Typhoid Mary: An Urban Historical; and No Reservations: Around the World on an Empty Stomach.
Bourdain's articles and essays have appeared many places, including in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Observer, Gourmet, Maxim, Esquire (UK), Scotland on Sunday, The Face, Food Arts, Limb by Limb, BlackBook, The Independent, Best Life, the Financial Times, and Town & Country. On the Internet, Bourdain's blog for Season 3 of Top Chef was nominated for a Webby Award for best Blog – Cultural/Personal in 2008.
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Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations
One of my all-time favorite cooking shows is hosted by a Master French style chef named Anthony Bourdain. Each episode is jammed full of his travels and dinning experiences all over the world. To watch a French style chef, like Anthony, travel to, sit and dine with foreigners, is an experience well worth watching! This man has no prejudice nor fear of sitting at the foreign table for a taste test especially when most would pass on the "delicacies" offered him.
Below, from Wikipedia, a few more details about the Chef followed by video of his travel and adventures in South Korea.
Thank you Chef!