I’ve started recording No Reservations with Anthony Bourdain and this one is by far the best segment that I’ve seen:
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[…] I haven’t noted it lately, I may be the only vegetarian in the world who’s an Anthony Bourdain fanatic. No Reservations […]
[…] I particularly remember the octopus sashimi because it was easily identifiable, and thanks to this scene from “No Reservations,” octopus had become the ultimate in creative Korean dining in my […]
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