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Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown has chef Anthony Bourdain traveling to extraordinary locations around the globe to sample a variety of local cuisines.
Inspired by Graham Greene's words "... whatever you're looking for, you will find here..." Bourdain joins the throngs of locals as he motorbikes through Vietnam's capital, traverses its rapidly changing cityscape, and indulges in its singular cuisine with President Barack Obama, who, over a dish of Bun Cha, shares personal stories and reflects on his own international travels.
Anthony Bourdain absorbs the tastes, sights, and sounds of Music City, U.S.A., from chef Josh Habiger's Catbird Seat and Bolton's famous hot chicken, to a night of cooking, drinking and rocking out with singer Alison Mosshart, and her bandmates. The episode features performances by The Kills, Dead Weather and Margo Price. that Music City, U.S.A., has to offer.
Michelin star chef, and all around good sport, Eric Ripert is introduced to China and Sichuan province by host and good friend Bourdain. Bourdain takes Ripert to the Sichuan province capital, Chengdu, testing his endurance with mouth-numbing, sinisterly spicy meals (like green peppercorn fish). They also visit the world's largest stone Buddha, seek out a local favorite rabbit head snack, and visit a legendary distillery for some Baijiu, a fermented sorghum wine. Ripert will never forget this trip.
Visiting London, post-Brexit vote, Bourdain finds comfort in classic British cuisine including roast bone marrow at chef Fergus Henderson's famed restaurant St. John, Scotch eggs at Princess Victoria Pub with Nigella Lawson, and pig's trotter a la Pierre Koffman with chef Marco Pierre White at the Rudloe Arms, plus a meeting with revered artist Ralph Steadman at his studio.
Looking beyond oil, NASA, and football, Bourdain explores Houston's diverse cultures, taking in a Bollywood-style dance in a grocery store, a Quinceañera in suburban Pasadena, and the city's slab car parade, while making time for Viet-Bayou crawfish, East Texas barbecue, and a Congolese-Cajun stew.
Guided by world-renowned chef Masa Takayama, Bourdain's return trip to Japan begins with a tour of outdoor food markets in Kanazawa where they sample uni, steak-sized oysters, and grilled eel liver, followed by a conversation with an ex-geisha at her teahouse, and comes full circle with a special omakase experience at Tokyo's acclaimed Ginza restaurant, Sushi Koi, where Masa trained as an apprentice.
A carouse through Argentina, where chicken is considered vegan and psychoanalysis is a part of everyday life. An inculcation to the thinning middle class, successful integration of multiculturalism, and to their pastimes such as weekly carnivals, amateur football, and laid back airplane counting. Bourdain's trip to meat-centric Buenos Aires features a meal at famous local spot Don Carlito's and an after-hours soccer match.
Bourdain explores the Brazilian heartland, home to baroque architecture, lush hillsides and mineiro cuisine which includes broiled chicken served in a sauce made using its own blood.
Led by his cinematic tour guides, actress Asia Argento, screenwriter/director Abel Ferrara, and larger-than-life Romans, Anthony experiences a Rome for the locals; Friends Corner trattoria in Lido di Ostia; Trattoria Morgana; a trip to E.U.R. zone built by Mussolini.
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