The co-author of World Travel: An Irreverent Guide reveals the places and dishes at the top of the late chef and food presenter’s list

From kebabs and sausages devoured after a night of boozing to ease the blow of tomorrow morning’s hangover, to spicy noodles, grilled birds and fish. From complex braises and soups and stews whose particular flavour profiles tell their own stories, to the classics of French cuisine ancienne – Anthony Bourdain ate it all, and made it his mission to share it with the world.

Whether you’ve been to every place he explored or never even owned a passport, it remains a joy to see the world through his hysterical and sometimes profane lens. What he left behind, and what you’ll find in World Travel, was a 20-year history and road map of how to be a happy, mindful, curious and well-fed traveller.

Continue reading…
Source: Gaurdian

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.