Kitchen Table Kibitzing Friday: The second year after Anthony Bourdain's death

Kitchen Table Kibitzing is a community series for those who wish to share a virtual kitchen table with other readers of Daily Kos who aren’t throwing pies at one another. Drop by to talk about music, your weather, your garden, or what you cooked for supper…. Newcomers may notice that many who post in this series already know one another to some degree, but we welcome guests at our kitchen table and hope to make some new friends as well.

Second year after his death, many have missed Bourdain, if only because there’s no one sufficiently literate to engage food culture and its articulation.

Not a reasonable substitute is watching Gordon Ramsey on the latest NatGeo TV series doing onsite cooking. For him it’s about enduring the Bourdain-like stunts, but being more about wanting to drive whatever Land Rover is available in situ. Ramsey is more Andrew Zimmern in eating unpleasant foods, but there just isn’t that sense of being well-read, even if we know Ramsey owns a Ferrari. Bourdain had no need for one.

“You never truly know someone until you enjoy a home cooked meal with them” — Anthony Bourdain.

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Excerpt from his last Cookbook: Appetites by Anthony Bourdain. 

According to Anthony Bourdain, a New Guinea former cannibal told him that humans taste like pork.

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