Celebrity chef, TV host, and culinary rabblerouser Anthony Bourdain wouldn't strike you as a religious man. But he does have one ritual: setting up mise-en-place, which means "everything in its place." It's helpful for chefs — and office workers.
President Barack Obama’s chopstick skills are “on point” according to star chef Anthony Bourdain, who ate out with the leader Monday afternoon in Vietnam for an episode of his food travelogue Part Unknown.
Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer. pic.twitter.com/KgC3VIEPQr
Anthony Bourdain spent decades in the restaurant industry, first as an executive chef before becoming a celebrity travel guide 16 years ago.
Over that time, he's seen the American food industry change drastically for the better, but an uptick in snobbery is the other side of the double-edged sword, he said.