Anthony Bourdain: Author
“I despised their very likability, as it was a denial of the quality I'd always seen as our best and most distinguishing: our otherness.”
“I became seduced by the world--and the freedom that television had given me--to travel it as I wished.”
“My chapter on Pino made him look like a son of a bitch--but it was still the nicest thing anyone has ever written about the guy... He even asked me to write the forward to his memoirs. I happily did, and, as a result, will never get a table at certain restaurants in town where his name--still--is never to be spoken.”
“Regular pizza may be on the endangered list, "artisanal" pizza having already ghettoized the utility slice.”
“I just dislike-really dislike-the idea that somebody would put Texas-style barbeque inside a f*cking nori roll.”
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