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  • Last episode S10E10 aired 2015-11-16
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aired 2015-11-16 (1 year ago)
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Season: 10 | Episode: 10
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Show Summary

Join best-selling author and professional chef Anthony Bourdain as he travels the world seeking the ultimate dining experience. He will hit locales from the well known to those off the beaten path, from New Jersey to Iceland and points in between. Along his journey, the adventuring Bourdain will share his no holds barred experience of the food and customs that flavor the different cultures of the world in a way that only he can.

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Travel Channel Started: Jul/25/2005
Usually airs on: Tuesday

Type: Documentary
Genres: Adventure Family
Country: US US

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  • s10e10
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    01:00- 02:00

    Shellfish, they're a ripping good time. Tony cracks open a science fiction-sized crab.

  • s10e09
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00

    Lamb brain in red wine sauce; sphincter sausage in Austria; lamb, caveman style in Greece; lamb noodles in NYC.

  • s10e08
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00

    Fresh seafood, straight off the boat. 'Drop a net in the river and you've got more crabs than a beanbag chair at Tila Tequilas.' In Colombia, Tony heads across the channel from Cartagena to Tierra Bomba, an island with a completely different way of life than its bustling urban sister city. The streets are reminiscent of an African village, the people make their living off of the sea. Arnufo, a local lobster fisherman, invites Tony and Jorge to a meal at his mother's restaurant, the only restaurant on the island, complete with lobster that Arnufo caught that morning. Then he jets to Croatia, two decades after its brutal war for independence, which is now touted as The New Riviera.

  • s10e07
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  • s10e05
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  • s10e04
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    The most prehistoric method of cooking still proves to be the best. A juicy cut of meat, the open fire, and repeat. In Yabuli, China, Tony is invited by a local man to dine with him and his wife, Shelly, at a popular mobile restaurant. The specialty of this motorbike-powered doublewide is meat. On a stick. They devour steak on a stick, chicken organs on a stick and butterfly larvae on a stick. In Uruguay, Tony learns the true meaning of taking your time to enjoy life. In the tiny village of Garzon, chef Francis Mallman has opened a popular restaurant that specializes in cooking foods over fire. From whole cows roasting next to the open flame, to smoked, salt-crusted pig legs. Then, in Montevideo, Uruguay, Tony and his brother Chris encounter a plethora of grilled meats at Montevideo's Mercado del Puerto. Forget the sides, they want meat, and they want it now. In the Ozarks, Tony and the local band Ha Ha Tonka fire up the barbecue. And what to go better with it than some target practice while they're waiting? After the shootout, they enjoy some bacon-wrapped venison, pork chops and T-bone steaks. Of course, there are the ever-present mashed potatoes, baked beans, and cornbread, with some corn on the cob as well.

  • s10e03
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00

    There's nothing like good old-fashioned, heart-pumping action as Tony lives out his adrenaline junkie fantasies. In China, Tony visits the mega-lux Yabuli Ski Resort in the Changbai Mountain Range. Here, he meets Graham Kwan and Patrick Fournier, two executive partners of the resort. Not only does Tony relish the mostly empty slopes, but he also enjoys some Iranian caviar and beer on the gondola ride up the mountain. Luxurious, indeed! On his last run, fortified by alcohol, he takes an exhilarating ride down a luge run on a sled in a blizzard - and comedy, of course, ensues. In Mexico, Tony and Carlos, head chef at Les Halles in NYC, make their way to Carlos' hometown outside Mexico City. Carlos introduces Tony to the traditions surrounding bullfights: parades, street food, liquor, and fans. Then, joined by Carlos' extended family, Tony and Carlos watch as toreros taunt a bull into submission, not exactly Tony's cup of tea. In Australia, Tony finds himself fully suited in scuba gear and inside an aquatic tank, surrounded by 11-foot-long grey nurse sharks. Luckily, Tony's guide and shark expert, Brendan Kelly says these 350-pound beasts with razor sharp teeth are as gentle as little lambs. Sea turtles and stingrays also swim by, but the sharks seem to be the creatures that love to get right in Tony's face.

  • s10e02
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00

    Strange, unusual and out-right weird. Tony's appetite is as big as the ocean, and he loves the sea. In Queens, NY, chef David Chang joins Tony at Sik Gaek, home to traditional Korean dishes. They tear through wriggling chopped octopus, piles of steaming seafood, and glasses of Korean beer. In Japan, Tony loses all sense of time in the small town of Noboribetsu Onsen, where he unwinds at a ryokan, a Japanese style bed-and-breakfast. Here, Tony is treated to a robatayaki feast, a fisherman's barbecue of red snapper, scallops, sardines, and crab. He enjoys the comfortable laid-back Hokkaido dining pace as he fills up on fresh seafood and sake. Then Tony travels to Italy's serene Amalfi coast. Local chef Rocco Iannone dives into the sea in the middle of a rainstorm and retrieves a bucketful of fresh sea urchin. After cracking a few open, Tony heads to Rocco's restaurant, Pappacarbone, for another taste of the sea. He dines on two types of local clams cooked in olive oil and parsley, served with spaghetti. Rocco also serves a whole octopus, battered in flour and fried, with a pizzaiola sauce made with red oregano and caciocavallo cheese.

  • s10e01
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00

    The recipe for the perfect form of transportation: a nice car, or maybe a scooter, or boat, and if possible bring a chef along. Any way you measure it, transportation is a huge part of traveling, so why not make it memorable. In Laos, Tony finds himself in Wang Prabang, a spiritual hillside community known for its beautiful monuments and places of worship. Elephants are revered in this community, so what better way to show his respect than to ride an elephant through the jungles? In Tony's words, 'it feels like your riding on top of a giant scrotum.' In Medellin, Colombia, buses are a highly regarded expression of individuality and pride. Here it's a pimp my bus moment, all the time. He takes a ride with chef Andres to the Plaza Minorista for a small breakfast. Little does he know that the Colombian tradition is to eat breakfast like a king, lunch like a prince, and dinner like a pauper. After devouring nearly all of the fried eggs, rice, empanadas, beans, arepas, and various meats on his plate, he's ready for the day. In Malaysia, Tony meets up with an old friend, David, who has previously shown him around Kuala Lumpur and Borneo. David takes Tony on a fancy gardenia-covered carriage ride through the streets of Panang. Tony feels like he's in Liberace's wedding in the carriage. He is not thrilled, even with a beer in his hand.

  • s09e40
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00
    Fresh seafood, straight off the boat. Drop a net in the river and you've got more crabs than a beanbag chair at Tila Tequilas. In Colombia, Tony heads across the channel from Cartagena to Tierra Bomba, an island with a completely different way of life than its bustling urban sister city. The streets are reminiscent of an African village, the people make their living off of the sea. Arnufo, a local lobster fisherman, invites Tony and Jorge to a meal at his mother's restaurant, the only restaurant on the island, complete with lobster that Arnufo caught that morning. Then he jets to Croatia, two decades after its brutal war for independence, which is now touted as The New Riviera.
  • s09e39
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00
    Friends, food and the great outdoors. Some food just really isn't right to eat in a restaurant. Outside of Barcelona, Spain, Tony's friend Lucy suggests they take part in a local favorite, calsotada. At a calsotada, the entire community comes together to relax outside, play soccer, drink immense amounts of wine, and enjoy grilled local onions called calcots. After downing three or four of the giant grilled slices of perfection and drinking wine to his heart's content, Tony is a calsotada pro. In Honolulu, Hawaii, Tony meets radio DJs Lanai and Kaleho, who invite Tony to their home for a barbecue.
  • s09e38
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00
    Not everything is located on a map. Tony visits communities found only by GPS, leading him off the beaten path. Tony explores a bit of Mexico's history, traveling down river just as the Aztecs did hundreds of years ago. At the end of an isolated canal, Tony stumbles upon Diego, living on the Island of the Dolls. It's a weirdly creepy wonderland of headless doll bodies, doll heads, and various body parts strewn throughout the trees. The dolls were hung years ago by Diego's uncle who lived there alone. He thought the dolls would protect him from the ghost of a dead girl who roamed his little island.
  • s09e37
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    2 years ago
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    Tony bites into a foie gras dog in Chicago, then examines the finest kind of beef in NYC and inserts a polish sausage into a tunnel of toppings in Hawaii.
  • s09e36
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00
    The most prehistoric method of cooking still proves to be the best. A juicy cut of meat, the open fire, and repeat. In Yabuli, China, Tony is invited by a local man to dine with him and his wife, Shelly, at a popular mobile restaurant. The specialty of this motorbike-powered doublewide is meat. On a stick. They devour steak on a stick, chicken organs on a stick and butterfly larvae on a stick. In Uruguay, Tony learns the true meaning of taking your time to enjoy life. In the tiny village of Garzon, chef Francis Mallman has opened a popular restaurant that specializes in cooking foods over fire.
  • s09e35
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00
    The show features a slide ride down a luge run during a blizzard in China and a bull fight in Mexico.
  • s09e34
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00
    The show features wriggling octopus and Korean beer in Queens.
  • s09e33
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    2 years ago
    00:00- 01:00
    The recipe for the perfect form of transportation: a nice car, or maybe a scooter, or boat, and if possible bring a chef along. Any way you measure it, transportation is a huge part of traveling, so why not make it memorable. In Laos, Tony finds himself in Wang Prabang, a spiritual hillside community known for its beautiful monuments and places of worship. Elephants are revered in this community, so what better way to show his respect than to ride an elephant through the jungles? In Tony's words, it feels like your riding on top of a giant scrotum. In Medellin, Colombia, buses are a highly regarded expression of individuality and pride.
  • s09e32
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    The show features a visit to Chernobyl in Ukraine and a game of feather bowling.
  • s09e31
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Spicy tuna roll; fermented cactus sap in Mexico; arm wrestling a woman in Missouri; shrimp and sake.
  • s09e30
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    From pork chops to hooves; shooting a boucherie hog in Louisiana; crispy sucking pig in the Philippines.
  • s09e29
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony takes a look back at some of his favorite moments traveling through Asia.
  • s09e28
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony continues to take a look back at some of his favorite moments spent in the Eastern Hemisphere.
  • s09e27
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    More highlights are shown of Anthony's Eastern Hemisphere trips in which he continues to find out more about Australia and Egypt.
  • s09e26
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony is in Australia where he dines on fried brains and finds out how to properly butcher a lamb.
  • s09e24
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    02:00- 03:00
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  • s09e25
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
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  • s09e23
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Highlights of Anthony Bourdain's trips to Chile, Brazil and Colombia include dining on hoof soup and pulled pork. Also: He walks in the footsteps of drug lord Pablo Escobar.
  • s09e22
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    We've compiled the best of Anthony Bourdain's Latin America trips in The Latin America Files - Volume 4, in which he further explores Colombia, Brazil and Chile. In Cartagena, Colombia, Tony joins chef Jorge Escandon at his restaurant, La Cevicheria, for some delicious fresh seafood. They visit the Central market and enjoy a meal with local market workers at Cecilia. Across the channel from Cartagena is Tierra Bomba, an island with a completely different way of life than its bustling sister city. Arnufo, a local lobster fisherman, invites Tony and Jorge to a meal at his mother's restaurant, complete with lobster that Arnufo caught that morning.
  • s09e21
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    We've compiled the best of Anthony Bourdain's Latin America trips in The Latin America Files - Volume 3, in which he further explores Mexico, Panama and Nicaragua. Tony meets his friends Carlos and Martin in Mexico City at Cantina La Mascota. In Mexico City, a cantina is a bar where the more you drink, the more delicious food is brought your way. After that, they head off to one of the training centers for Lucha Libre. Similar to the American WWE with a bit more flair, Lucha Libre is one of the great Mexican sports beloved by all. Champion wrestler El Octagon teaches the three friends a few moves in the ring and shows them why he is the reigning champion. Then they explore a bit of Mexico's history, traveling down river just as the Aztecs did hundreds of years ago.
  • s09e20
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Snacking on the cocaine of fruits; plates of grilled meat; penis soup.
  • s09e19
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    We've compiled the best of Anthony Bourdain's Latin America trips in The Latin America Files - Volume 1, in which he further explores Mexico, Nicaragua and Panama. In Mexico City, Tony visits a food cart for fresh blue corn tortillas which are, as he puts it, the best tortillas ever. Continuing on his tour of Mexican street foods, Tony samples wet tacos filled with guts, tongue and eyeballs, followed by tacos al pastor. Then Tony and Carlos, the head chef of Les Halles in NYC, make their way to Carlos' hometown, Puebla, outside Mexico City. Carlos introduces Tony to the traditions surrounding bullfights: parades, street food, liquor, and spirit.
  • s09e18
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Chili dogs, lamb noodles and oxtail; walking The Wire in Brooklyn.
  • s09e17
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    The best of Anthony Bourdain's US trips in The US Files - Vol. 5, in which he further explores Missouri and Michigan. He hunts for suckers, raccoons and ducks, gorges on pierogies, and is gifted a raccoon penis bone.
  • s09e16
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    The best of Anthony Bourdain's US trips in The US Files - Vol. 4, in which he further explores Montana, Illinois and Maine. He tries his luck at fly-fishing and dines on foie gras dogs and Road Kill.
  • s09e15
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    The best of Anthony Bourdain's US trips in The US Files - Vol. 3, in which he further explores Hawaii and Missouri. He chows down on SPAM sushi and purchases a pricey aloha shirt, then digs into a squirrel pot pie.
  • s09e14
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    03:00- 04:00
    Homemade tamales and barbecue brisket; shooting the boucherie hog.
  • s09e13
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
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  • s09e12
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Dining on snails and black pudding dim sum; a festival full of food and tradition.
  • s09e11
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Continuing a look back at highlights from Europe.
  • s09e10
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Continuing to look back at journey's to Europe.
  • s09e09
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony explores some of his trips to Europe.
  • s09e08
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    The latest travels from Anthony Bourdain in Europe.
  • s09e07
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony explores his trip to Europe.
  • s09e06
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    2 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Sorry, currently no summary available for this episode
  • s09e05
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    2 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Sorry, currently no summary available for this episode
  • s09e04
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    3 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Get the best of Anthony Bourdain's Asia trips in Asia Files - Volume 4. Bourdain explores Thailand, Laos and China. He spends time with a Muay Thai fighter and meets a businessman with a taste for the American Wild West.
  • s09e03
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    3 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    We've compiled the best of Anthony Bourdain's Asia trips in The Asia Files - Volume 3. Bourdain visits Sri Lanka, India and China. He dines on fish head curry and visits the world's tallest bungee jump. Will Bourdain take the plunge?
  • s09e02
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    3 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    We've compiled the best of Anthony Bourdain's Asia trips in The Asia Files - Volume 2. Bourdain explores Thailand, India, China and Japan. He gets a taste of Indian street food and hits the slopes in China, braving the unbearable cold.
  • s09e01
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    3 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    We go back to Anthony Bourdain's favorite places in Asia. In Volume 1, Bourdain explores the Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand and Japan. He samples goat, cockles and encounters one animal he won't eat... monkeys!
  • s08e18
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    4 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    The series ends with a tour of Brooklyn. Joining Tony are actors from the HBO series The Wire and rapper Talib Kweli. Also: A meal at Brooklyn Fare is shared with chef Eric Ripert.
  • s08e17
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    4 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony samples the flavors of the Dominican Republic. Included: a meal of empanadas and nearly frozen beer, followed by fried salami with tostones. Also: a helicopter ride to Samaná Peninsula for lunch.
  • s08e16
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Moments from the past include a Haitian cemetery visited on the Day of the Dead, and celebrating Halloween with pal Zamir Gotta in Transylvania. Also: Tony recalls a fearful trip to Iraq.
  • Rio
    s08e15
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A trip to Rio de Janeiro proves stressful for Anthony, who is nervous about his wife, Ottavia, competing in a jujitsu match. To unwind, he enjoys the Brazilian cocktail caipirinhas and a pork sandwich in Ipanema; and later, learns about improvements made in the shanty town Rocinha. Finally, the Bourdains enjoy a home-cooked stew made with filet mignon, garlic, onion, tomato, farofa and feijoada.
  • s08e14
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony encounters the seven deadly sins in his travels. Included: lust in Rome; wrath in New York City; and sloth in Finland.
  • s08e13
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A wine cave and an American-owned winery are among the highlights when chef Ludo Lefebvre joins Tony as he tours the Burgundy region of France. Also: a truck stop that serves crepes.
  • s08e12
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony tours the Emilia-Romagna region of Italy with Italian-trained chef Michael White. The two rent a red Ferrari and cruise across the region, sampling culatello, balsamic vinegar, Sangiovese wine and a variety of Italian cheeses
  • s08e11
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    The host looks back at some of his most unforgettable adventures, from making music in the Mojave Desert with Queens of the Stone Age to burning cocaine in Panama.
  • s08e10
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A food tour of Sydney, featuring fresh seafood, classic charcuterie and the ubiquitous Australian barbie.
  • s08e09
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony Bourdain kicks off the ninth and final season in Austin during the 2012 South by Southwest Interactive Festival. He hangs out with the band Sleigh Bells and enjoys some of the city's unusual culinary offerings, from offal tacos and dove enchiladas to fried shrimp heads and goat neck.
  • s08e08
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    The food and culture of Penang, Malaysia, is explored. Featured eats include fresh snapper and a rice-and-shrimp dish wrapped in a banana leaf.
  • s08e07
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony gets a taste of the food, wine and culture of Tijuana, Mexico, and the Baja Peninsula. He tries Mexican fish tacos and then checks out local street food with chef Javier Plascencia.
  • s08e06
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    The host explores Finland with musician Sami Yaffa. Highlights include a pub tram and an eventful dinner with a cabdriver's mother.
  • s08e05
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony travels to Japan to attend the fourth annual Cook It Raw gathering, where 15 of the world's top chefs come together to share ideas and experiment with new ideas
  • s08e04
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    The host visits Lisbon, Portugal, and finds the city undergoing a cultural and culinary renaissance in the face of rising debt and unemployment.
  • s08e03
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Croatia's Istria and Dalmatia regions are toured. Included: swimming with bluefin tuna; truffle hunting.
  • s08e02
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony travels to Kansas City, the BBQ capitol of the world, with pal Zamir Gotta, in search of the best barbeque. While there, Tony meets up with musicians, Dan and Patrick of The Black Keys for some serious finger licking meat
  • s08e01
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    5 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony visits Mozambique for a look at life in postcolonial Africa. Stops include Portuguese ruins on Mozambique Island and the vibrant metropolis of Maputo. Along the way, he samples the local fare, which mixes African, Portuguese and Indian influences.
  • s07e16
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony travels beyond New Orleans and into Cajun Country to find out what sets bayou culture apart. He dines with locals Wendell Pierce and Lolis Elie, partakes in an authentic crawfish boil and ends his trip with a whole-hog roast.
  • s07e15
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony and his crew venture to the war zone and fledgling country of Kurdistan to explore the tragic history and hopeful future of the ethnic group known as the Kurds.
  • s07e14
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    6 years ago
    01:00- 02:00
    Tony tours Ukraine with his pal Zamir Gotta. They sample plenty of vodka and try green borscht. Stops include Chernobyl and a former top-secret Soviet site.
  • s07e13
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    6 years ago
    01:00- 02:00
    The host explores the High Desert of California with rocker Josh Homme of Queens of the Stone Age.
  • s07e12
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    6 years ago
    01:00- 02:00
    Tony and fellow chef Jose Andres cook alongside molecular gastronomer Ferran Adria in his kitchen at El Bulli, a triple-Michelin-starred restaurant on Spain's Costa Brava, shortly before its permanent closure earlier this year.
  • s07e11
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    6 years ago
    01:00- 02:00
    The food writer heads to Naples in search of an authentic Italian dining experience, inspired by a conversation in which two New York chefs claimed American versions of the country's cuisine have become far removed from the original dishes.
  • s07e10
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    6 years ago
    01:00- 02:00
    Jon Richardson hosts the satirical comedy show, filmed at the Clapham Grand in south London. Regular Rich Hall is joined by Seann Walsh, Josh Widdicombe, Sara Pascoe and Paul Chowdhry, who discuss the week's biggest issues in sport, politics and celebrity news.
  • s07e09
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    6 years ago
    01:00- 02:00
    Tony travels to Cuba in the search of the island's heart and soul where beauty abounds in the people, the food and the architecture and streets that are riddled with pristine cars from a different era.

  • s07e08
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    The food writer samples the cuisine of Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost prefecture, in an episode recorded shortly before it was hit by the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami.
  • s07e07
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    6 years ago
    01:00- 02:00
    No Reservations in Boston is not about the fine-dining establishments, nor is it about what new, young chefs are creating on the cutting edge of Boston cuisine. This episode is about the tough and infamous side of Boston. This episode is about Southie.
  • s07e06
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    The chef explores the culture and cuisine of Cuba, finding himself particularly drawn to its architecture and the classic cars that line its streets.
  • s07e05
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    The chef heads to West Plains, Missouri, the setting for the novel and film Winter's Bone, to sample the cuisine and culture of the Ozark Mountains. During his visit, he makes squirrel pot-pie and cooks a duck he shot himself.
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    The host travels to the Austrian capital Vienna, which he has long regarded as a twee nightmare in culinary terms - but discovers his preconceptions may have been inaccurate. His visit involves hunting, blood sausages and pastries, and he also encounters a dish known as a `puss stick'.
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    The chef arrives on the Caribbean island of Haiti and finds the country is struggling to recover from the effects of the 2010 earthquake, which killed more than 200,000 people and left a million others homeless. He discovers the population faces a new threat from cholera and an impending hurricane, and speaks to actor Sean Penn, who is participating in relief efforts on the island.
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    The chef travels to Cambodia in south-east Asia, and discusses why his first visit there changed the way he saw the world. He explores how the country has developed in the intervening decade and delves into its complex history, as well as sampling the local seafood.
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    6 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony visits Haiti, a country dealing with a cholera epidemic and an impending hurricane. During his trip, Tony meets with Sean Penn in the tent city built by his relief group. At the end of his trip, Tony is unsure of what the future will hold for Haiti.
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    The chef visits Madrid during the 2010 football World Cup, and witnesses how Spain's progress during the tournament brings the nation together. He also samples a Spanish omelette at tapas restaurant Bodega de la Ardosa.
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    02:00- 03:00
    The chef and food writer returns to Paris, where the series' first-ever episode was filmed. He visits a selection of his favourite restaurants in the city, and samples some of the many varieties of cheeses available in its shops and eateries.
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    The chef and the programme's crew offer an insight into the making of the globe-trotting cookery show, and recall memorable moments from its history. Last in the series.
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    02:00- 03:00
    The chef and his crew present a behind-the-scenes look at the chef's trips to India, and offer an insight into the making of the culinary travelogue.
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    The chef and food writer visits the Lebanese capital of Beirut, having been forced to abandon filming an episode there several years earlier due to a military conflict.
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    The chef and food writer visits Rome, where he samples signature Italian dishes and explores the citizens' eating habits.
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    The chef and food writer travels to Dubai in the United Arab Emirates, where he dines at some of the extravagant restaurants that cater for its wealthiest residents.
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    02:00- 03:00
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    The chef and food writer visits the Indian state of Kerala, where he indulges in vegetarian cuisine and learns about the Portuguese influence on the region's food.
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    The chef visits Liberia in west Africa, learning about its founding as an independent state in 1847 and sampling its traditional cuisine and culture.
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    The chef and food writer explores the culinary tastes of some of America's less celebrated states, visiting Wisconsin, Ohio, Michigan, Minnesota and Colorado.
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    02:00- 03:00
    The chef visits the Grenadine Islands in the Caribbean, where he goes scuba diving, fishing and hunting, as well as sampling the local cuisine.
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    02:00- 03:00
    The chef presents his favourite culinary indulgences, including cocktails, sushi, caviar and prime cuts of beef, and talks to adult-film star Ron Jeremy.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Tony visits Maine to sample its food and culture.
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony explains various ways chefs prepare cuisine, ranging from street food to world-class restaurants.
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    7 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
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    03:00- 04:00
    In his exploration on obsession, Anthony meets many food-obsessed individuals who encapsulate the beautiful and eccentric results devotion has on one's life. Anthony talks to chefs and bloggers whose obsessive love for food propels them to noteworthy feats.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Tony samples simple stews, roasted meats, fresh fish and exotic fruits from Ecuador's eateries and street vendors.
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    7 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony heads to Panama, which is at a crossroads of cultures.
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    8 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony heads to the homeland of his wife, Sardinia, where he'll sample the food and culture.
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    8 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony heads to New York City to taste the cuisine from the five boroughs.
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    8 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony answers some questions from his viewers mail.
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    8 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony gets a taste of the local culture and cuisine in Livingston, Montana.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony heads to Bangkok , Thailand, where he'll sample their cuisine and experience the local customs.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony heads to San Fransisco to explore their diverse districts. During his trek, Tony will make stops in Chinatown, Haight-Ashbury and Fisherman's Wharf.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Tony recalls the best food from around the world which he's tasted from vendors.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Tony meets up with his good friend Zamir, in the bleak, cold of winter to the heart of America's Rust Belt, stopping in Baltimore, Detroit and Buffalo. After the visit to the misunderstood region, Tony realizes that it's not the the home to auto factories and cold weather, but it also holds kind people and delicious food.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Melbourne serves as Australia's second most populated city and its cultural capital. Anthony is off to discover what makes this melting pot of Melbourne so special. Luckily, Tony has a lot of friends in the area, and they take him to sample the city's many different cuisines.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony heads to Chile to taste it's natural diversity within their cuisine of beef, pork,seafood, fruit and vegetables. Wile there he heads to Santiago; a small town in the Corrico Valley; Patagonia; and the Chilean coast.
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    02:00- 03:00
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    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony takes a trip to Sri Lanka to sample the cuisine and explore their many influences. Also, a visit to the culinary school which was built after the tsunami hit the area in 2004.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony takes a stroll to the old, classic restaurants which have been struggling to survive in the city's ever-changing landscape.
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    Anthony heads to the Philippines, where he tastes the lecon, also known as a suckling pig. He also makes stops in Manila and Pampagna.
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    Anthony examines foods from around the world which are sexy.
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    Anthony heads to Chicago where he examines the cuisine and culture which the windy city has to offer.
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    Anthony learns about the local fare as he visits three of Portugal's Azores Islands.
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    Anthony takes a look at all that Washington, DC has to offer.
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    03:00- 04:00
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    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony heads to the hometown of one of his friends, Puebla and nearby Mexico City while in Mexico.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A review of the series and season's bloopers.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony skips the usual tourist attractions while in Egypt and instead spends his time with local families and sleeping in under the stars in the desert.
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    9 years ago
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    9 years ago
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    In a tour of the US Southwest, Anthony travels to Southern California, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Also, guest appearances by Alice Cooper and Ted Nugent.
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    Tony visits Montevideo and Punta del Este while in Uruguay. He tries a chivito sandwich while there which is made using beef, bacon, mayonnaise, black or green olives, mozzarella cheese and tomatoes, a meal which he truly enjoys.
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    Tony is invited by a fan to visit Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, to explore the culture, cuisine and heritage of her homeland.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Tony looses all his preconceived notions of Columbia as he makes his way across Cartegena and Medellin.
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    9 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Anthony heads to Loas to check out the scenery and cuisine, which includes chicken grilled between bamboo splints, a wild mushroom soup with greens, and sticky rice with a hot chili paste, all washed down with local moonshine.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Tony heads back to Brasserie Les Halles on his old Tuesday double shift to see if he can handle the challenge, and offers a look behind the workings of a restaurant.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony rides a jet ski on the Banzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach in the North Shore surf on his visit to Hawaii. later, attends a Paradise Cove luau and experiences the volcanic thrills on the Big Island, along with sampling of the local foods.
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    Tony heads to Romania to help celebrate the 50th birthday of his friend Zamir. While there he learns of the vampire tales throughout the country, Communist regimes and tastes the intense culinary offered.
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    While in Jamaica, Anthony tastes the food at the fish shacks and learns of the political strife among the culture.
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    9 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Tony meets the people, samples the cuisine and takes in the scenery when he travels to London and Edinburgh.
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    9 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony takes a look at the changes made from Hurricane Katrina and what remains in New Orleans.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony heads to Greece to see for himself if they really do have the world's healthiest diets. Among areas visited are Crete and Ithaca.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Tony takes a look at Vancouver's thriving film production industry, beautiful scenery and their up and coming food scene.
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    9 years ago
    03:00- 04:00
    Berlin has quite a variety to offer of good and bad when Tony Bourdain stops by for a visit.
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    03:00- 04:00
    Anthony visits Singapore, a gastronomical crossroads, and samples the favorite local dish, chicken rice; visits a reflexologist for a traditional foot massage; and tries the unique fare of a downtown hospital chic concept restaurant.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Bourdain visits Tuscany in central Italy, where he takes a trip to two family-owned farms and is treated to fresh wines, cheeses and milk, and he also has the opportunity to milk a sheep.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Bourdain goes below the Mason-Dixon line for a first-time visit to South Carolina to experience Southern hospitality, culture, history and cuisine.
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    Tony travels to Argentina, starting his visit in Buenos Aires and then continuing on to the country's southern tip, Patagonia.
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    10 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    Bourdain experiences the sights, sounds and flavors of Hong Kong.
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    10 years ago
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    Bourdain heads to Cleveland after getting an invitation from a friend, author Michael Ruhlman, to check out his hometown.
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    10 years ago
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    Bourdain travels to French Polynesia in the South Pacific, where his stops include Tahiti, to research lurid legends about cannibalism.
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    Bourdain travels to Brazil, stopping in Sao Paolo where he explores the diverse mix of backgrounds and ethnicities.
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    10 years ago
    02:00- 03:00
    A visit to New York City.
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    02:00- 03:00
    Tony takes a tour of Shanghai featuring culture and cuisine.