Plus, how to volunteer.
The sequel to 'Kitchen Confidential' is coming in 2010!
Plus: a very old restaurant, and public-school kitchens, all in our morning news roundup.
He didn't mention her during last night's San Francisco episode of 'No Reservations,' but his blog is a different story.
After catching flack from Bourdain for saying she’d eat shark-fin soup as a last meal, Alice Waters has thought better of it.
We let it go that 'Coco: 10 World Leading Masters Choose 100 Contemporary Chefs' was short on New York chefs, but Canadians aren't taking their exclusion sitting down.
But he has something to say about organic hot dogs and the restaurant HE would've taken the Obamas to.
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?
Alice Waters wants hers to be made of grass-fed beef. Bourdain just wants his to be good.
So how did it go when Anthony Bourdain finally met his slow-food nemesis?
A panel discussion will also include Greenmarket and Stonyfield big-ups.
A patron overhears Alice Waters complain about oversalting, among other things.
The mother of the slow-food movement is introduced to mainstream America.
Ed Norton, Alice Waters, and Dan Barber turn out for Harvard's Center for Health and the Global Environment.