Anthony Bourdain: Why his travel shows had global appeal

Anthony Bourdain: Why his travel shows had global appeal
 

Anthony Bourdain was not your average TV chef. You would not see him regularly standing in a studio, talking viewers through his steps as he threw small bowls of ingredients into a pan.
This presenter was typically found on the road - and specifically on the road less travelled. You would find him eating street food in Peru or dining in people's homes in Haiti; he would turn up in post-Gaddafi Libya or the Democratic Republic of Congo. His shows were not straightforward holiday guides, but about delving headfirst into cultures and cuisines.
His breakthrough book (Kitchen Confidential, 2000)... read more

 
9 June 2018 in World News, Views: 217
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