Book Review: Nasty Bits

Nasty Bits by Anthony Bourdain

I'm a big fan of "celebrity chef" Bourdain, and enjoyed his first memoir Kitchen Confidential.

This is a compilation of essays that have been written over the years by Bourdain and range from memorable meals he's had, trips he's taken, slagging other chefs, and just generally talking food. The short explanations in the back of the book help place each essay in context and give a bit of background on its origin.

This is a good essay collection, though if you are unfamiliar with Bourdain, I would recommend starting with KC.

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