ANTHONY BOURDAIN

These Food Shows Forever Changed My Relationship With Food

Why not bingewatch these shows for the holidays?
Barack Obama and Anthony Bourdain enjoying a bottle of beer in Vietnam. Photo from Parts Unknown | Anthony Bourdain IMDBTo people who already love food and already watch cooking shows, Nigella Lawson, Jamie Oliver, and the Barefoot Contessa might probably be familiar names. These are ...

This Is The Difference Between Luzon Lechon And Visayan Lechon

Which one do you prefer: lechon from the North or South?
Filipinos tend to light up with anticipation whenever they hear the words: “Merong lechon!” ("There’s lechon!") during noche buena, birthday parties, weddings, fiestas, and other gatherings. I mean, who wouldn’t? Roast pig is one of those Filipino favorites that we usually flock to ...

An Anthony Bourdain Documentary Is Coming Soon!

Are you ready to cry? Better get those boxes of tissues ready.
It's been months since the tragic news of Anthony Bourdain’s death left the rest of the culinary industry mourning. We loved seeing (and tasting) the rest of the world through Tony’s adventures in his award-winning shows, No Reservations and Parts Unknown. According to a ...

Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown" Will Remain on Netflix

The streaming service has extended its license on the show after the star chef’s death.
Anthony Bourdain’s wildly popular CNN docuseries, Parts Unknown, isn’t leaving Netflix after all, reports Vanity Fair. Though the show was previously scheduled to exit the platform on June 16 once Netflix’s license deal expired, the recent death of the star chef pushed ...

On Meeting Anthony Bourdain

What do you do if you become a fan years after you met Bourdain?
I met Anthony Bourdain on October 25, 2008. He was in the Philippines about to film an episode on Filipino food for his TV series, No Reservations. His arrival in the country was unannounced but then word got out and the public ...

Here Are Some Of Our Favorite Anthony Bourdain Quotes

We take a look back on all his inspiring words.
TV host, chef, food critic, and writer Anthony Bourdain was known for his honest and irrevent takes on life, food, and culture as he traveled around the world doing something most of us can only dream of doing—tick off countries on our ...

Anthony Bourdain on Sisig: "People will be crazy for sisig everywhere."

The TV host, chef, and writer declared sisig as “the breakout dish.”
It was inevitable: Anthony Bourdain was going to be asked about Filipino food during the press conference held on June 2 as part of the World Street Food Congress in Manila. He was in town to source for possible vendors for his ...

Get Your Fill of the Best Eats at the World Street Food Congress this May

Entrance to the food fest is FREE! Plus, chef and TV host Anthony Bourdain will here, too.
Mark your calendars: the World Street Food Congress returns to the Philippines this month! The food fest will be held at the Mall of Asia Concert Grounds, Pasay City from May 31 to June 4 with food stalls featuring eats from Germany, Mexico, ...

Useful Cooking Tips from Anthony Bourdain's "Appetites"

He makes cooking approachable and fun!
Author and TV show host Anthony Bourdain’s new cookbook, “Appetites,” is filled with recipes that Bourdain himself cooks at home for his friends and family.While the book is peppered with his unfiltered opinions (and language), each recipe is refreshingly approachable and every ...

Bourdain on Jollibee spaghetti, lechon + more in Parts Unknown

In the season opener of the show: street-side sisig, fast food chicken and spaghetti, and large doses of life in the Philippines.
The season opener of CNN’s Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown brings host Anthony Bourdain back to the streets of Manila. The episode mostly explores family, the Pinoys’ love and talent for music, and the country’s “greatest export”—overseas Filipino workers (OFWs)—amidst the cheery backdrop ...
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