A cook's tour in search of the perfect meal. The complete series.
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In his groundbreaking first series, that originally aired on the Food Network, Bourdain travels around the world indulging his taste for local cuisine and eccentric characters. Join Tony as he feasts on sushi in Tokyo, enjoys authentic Mexican cuisine, and traverses the Australian Outback on a memorable food journey. You never know what he'll say, who he'll meet, or what they'll have for dinner. Includes 35 episodes.
ContentsDisc 1. The United States. Los Angeles, my own heart of darkness
The French laundry experience
My hometown favorites
My life as a cook-NYC
Elements of a great bar
The struggle for the soul of America
The BBQ triangle
No beads, no babes, no Bourbon Street
Disc. 2. Mexico and the Americas. Tamales & iguana, Oaxacan style (Oaxacan, Mexico)
Puebla, where good cooks are from (Puebla, Mexico)
Food tastes better with sand between your toes (St. Martin)
A mystical world (Salvador, Brazil)
How to be a Carioca (Brazil). Disc 3. Europe. Childhood flavors (Arcachon, France)
Stuffed like a pig (Portugal & south-west France)
Cod crazy (Portugal)
Highland grub (Scotland)
A pleasing palate! (London, England)
San Sebastian: a food lover's town (San Sebastian, Spain). Disc 4. Morocco and Russia. A desert feast - Morocco (Sahara)
Traditional tastes - Morocco (Cities)
The cook who came in from the cold - St. Petersburg, Russia
So much vodka, so little time - St. Petersburg, Russia. Disc. 5. Australia and Japan. Mad Tony: the food warrior - Sydney, Australia
Down under: the wild west of cooking - Melbourne, Australia
A taste of Tokyo - Tokyo, Japan
Dining with geishas - rural Japan
Eating on the edge of nowhere - Cambodia and Japan. Disc 6. Asia. Singapore: New York in twenty years - Singapore
Let's get lost - Chaing Mai, Thailand
My friend Linh - Hanoi, Vietnam
One night in Bangkok - Bangkok, Thailand
Cobra heart - foods that make you manly - Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Eating on the Mekong - Mekong River, Vietnam
Wild delicacies - Cambodia.
Travelogues (Television programs)
|Publisher|| [United States] :Questar,2012
NYT Television (Firm)
Food Network (Firm)
Questar Video, Inc.
Title from container.
Release date: Feb. 28, 2012.
"As seen on the Food Network."
6 videodiscs (780 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.