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Binge like Bourdain
First one’s on us
You’ll want to read this
From Latino Los Angeles to Trinidad, Oman to Laos, explore all of the locations that Anthony Bourdain visited on Season 9 of Parts Unknown.
On discovering a wonderland of diversity, right across the river from Bourdain’s doorstep.
Revisiting the first place he ever made a television show, Bourdain reflects on Portuguese culture and eating meat.
This orange cake only gets better with age—don’t even think about taking a bite until the day after you make it.
Croissants in Porto are pastier, sturdier, and often sugar-glazed on the outside.
This spicy meat and cheese tower is tricky to make, but if you can’t make it to Porto soon I encourage you to try.
The gentrification of Porto neighborhood the Ribeira has lessened—but not stamped out—its tradition of bridge-jumping.
The owners of this Detroit mainstay say it’s the “Black Cheers.”
“Tangier is Morocco, always was Morocco, and recently the country’s leadership seems to have embraced it in all its ill-reputed glory.”
Miami chef Michelle Bernstein on the city’s multicultural food scene, filming with Bourdain, and croquetas.
Ditch the velvet ropes, blaring club music, and rented Lamborghini and put on your walking shoes for a trip through Miami.
Chef Yuchun Cheung shares his recipe for Shanghai-style soup dumplings.
Xiao long bao, cumin ribs, and a wedding feast.