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Binge like Bourdain
First one’s on us
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The season that started it all, from Quebec to Colombia, Los Angeles to Morocco, explore the premiere season of Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown.
Here’s Anthony Bourdain’s take on the classic French dish.
How arms trading, corruption, illegal mining, and the foreign aid that comes with conflict fuel a Congolese city’s boom.
Plan well, and don’t forget to try the fish, take a hike, and taste Congolese cheese and coffee.
“It is written that I should be loyal to the nightmare of my choice. I think I now understand what that means.”
“The Congo is a place where everything is fine—until it isn’t.”
Gugali, tiger fish limboke, and grilled goat.
A Libyan émigrée remembers her hometown.
Couscous in Morocco is a far cry from the deli’s back home.
Spanish chef Penelope Casas on how to make a simple Spanish potato omelet.
Grab free mangoes, eat “soup” with your hands, and don’t forget to feed the chicken.
“Eating well in France is a point of pride, an expression of identity, a birthright.”
“Miami is like that. You can eat your way across the Caribbean and through all of Latin America and then over to Africa if you’d like.”