Just call him the "Barefoot Bourdain."
The chef also says he'd be "very frustrated" if he could only have one restaurant.
The Bravo show tackles all of the usual topics: sex, dating, and train wrecks.
Rapid expansion isn't always a good thing, he says.
The fish and bivalves will come from local waters.
He says it gives him "no pleasure at all."
Just so we're straight: These hot dogs are made by an Illinois company for a Florida entrepreneur, who's making fun of a mayoral candidate in New York.
The chef is about to introduce proprietary Momofuku bÃ¶njis and hÃ¶zons, or custom fermentations.
Even fast-food customers know when the recipe has been changed.
He has no desire to be a billionaire, though, so don't worry.
He also calls going on television to cook a "bunch of bullshit."
"New York is a noise pit, anyway."
He can't be bought or sold, and he may compare your product to "dirt and urine."
It's like Hydrocolloids: The Musical, but with less music.
It's packed with nutrients, as well as style.
It's more of a philosophy, when you think about it.