Some say the subversive world of professional cooking is like running a pirate ship—you carry knives, you run a tight ship, you fight to survive. It would be fair to say, then, that Anthony Bourdain managed to steal the treasure. Not only has he entered the upper echelon of chefs, elevating himself from "pirate" to celebrity, he is also an author of several exposés on the restaurant industry (with a liberal sprinkling of fictional crime novels here and there). He's also a nomad, traveling around the world for the... More >>>