The chef stirs up attention with a forthcoming book that attacks noted food critics and celebrity chefs.
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.
A U.S. celebrity chef has come to the aid of Canada’s subsistence seal hunters, calling a Canadian seafood boycott by fellow chefs over the seal hunt ‘‘dangerous and misguided.’’
Anthony Bourdain was tweeting while waiting for his plane to Shanghai to take off today, and wound up answering some pressing fan questions on Twitter.
"Top Chef" host and cookbook author Padma Lakshmi just finished doing a Reddit "Ask Me Anything" session today.
As a reporter who often writes about food and restaurants, I've long heard tales of "chef of the century" Robuchon.
Anthony Bourdain has tried everything from authentic Edo-style sushi in Tokyo to Icelandic fermented shark during his career as a chef, restaurateur, and travel show host.
I have to say that I’m getting a bit tired of reading different versions of this article:
Most lists of top restaurants are crowd-sourced from diner reviews or compiled by anonymous editors.
Navigating the world one dish at a time, leather jacket-clad traveler and TV personality Anthony Bourdain has become somewhat of a poster-child for finding authentic eating experiences abroad.
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