Dish podcast: An interview with Anthony Bourdain, part 2

Anthony Bourdain spoke to Xpress via cellphone on October 25 from the backseat of a car driving him from New York to Waterbury, Conn. Read the entire interview here.

In part two of this supplemental podcast, Bourdain answers a number of questions posed by some of Asheville’s chefs, including Katie Button of Cúrate, Adam Bannasch of Zambra and Jason Sellars of Plant.


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3 thoughts on “Dish podcast: An interview with Anthony Bourdain, part 2

  1. bill smith

    yeah, who needs to transcribe when you can just post a video?

  2. leahmcgrath

    The question about being a chef and having it consume your life…so true….It’s not as glamorous as it looks on Top Chef/Iron Chef etc.

  3. ironhead

    Nice interview.

    Food Truck as anti-fast-food statement. I like that.

    Inevitable co-opting of the Food Truck format by Corporate Food Company of America, not so crazy about that idea.

    I lived near Nutley, NJ for a while. It didn’t affect my preferences in food, but they did manufacture Prozac there…hmmm…

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