Anthony Bourdain is the executive chef at brasserie Les Halles in New York. After two mis-spent years at Vassar College, he attended the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park following that with over two decades working in professional kitchens. Last year, his memoir/rant Kitchen Confidential described, in lurid detail, his experiences in those kitchens and became a surprise international bestseller. In late 2000, he set out to eat his way across the globe, looking for, as he puts it, kicks, thrills, epiphanies and the ideal of the "perfect meal." The book, and companion Food Network series A Cook's Tour, chronicle his adventures and misadventures on that voyage. Bourdain is also the author of two satirical thrillers, Bone In The Throat and Gone Bamboo, as well as Typhoid Mary: The Urban Historical. He lives in New York City with his wife, Nancy. He is a proud fan of the New York Yankees.
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