Bourdain picks thirteen places to visit before you die, and ten superstar chefs pick 100 emerging stars.
Reports from their talk at Seattle's Paramount Theatre.
Plus, why was 'The Omnivore's Dilemma' almost dumped by Washington State University?
If you believe Carlos Llaguno of Les Halles, Tony is still in the kitchen.
Alice Waters wants hers to be made of grass-fed beef. Bourdain just wants his to be good.
A chef from Waverly Inn, another from Dressler, plus a French Culinary School grad have spilled their stories.
So how did it go when Anthony Bourdain finally met his slow-food nemesis?
Plus: Sketchy sourcing and desserts made from stout, all in our morning news roundup.
Johnny Iuzzini and Wolfgang Puck tell cooking-school pipsqueaks that it doesn't happen overnight.
And mouths off about the economy!
Plus, Les Halles hit with a lawsuit and a potential new food reality show, all in our morning news roundup.
Marco Pierre White "brought glamour and a sense of self-worth to all non-French-speaking chefs the world over."
A rundown of all the Tonyisms in last night's 'No Reservations' episode, plus some outtake footage.
The China 1 chef, who grew up in Chinatown, tells us how to order like an insider.
A video preview of the "Disappearing Manhattan" episode.
The February 23 episode of 'No Reservations' will take Anthony Bourdain on a tour of the vanishing city.