Anthony Bourdain podcast – Part 3Robert | Monday, January 19th, 2009 | Comments Off
Raincoast Books of Vancouver has always been an innovative company. I was thrilled when (then) digital marketing manager Monique Trottier asked me to help create a series of author podcasts for the company.
Many of the titles we worked on are now with other publishers, but the podcasts still hold up. Enjoy.
On June 12, 2006, Anthony Bourdain, the best selling author of Kitchen Confidentialand host of the TV show No Reservations, spent a day in Vancouver doing media interviews and bookstore appearances to talk about his new book The Nasty Bits.
He wore a lapel microphone during the entire day, allowing me to record Bourdain’s casual conversation with fans, private moments in the car, and regular interview style questions.
Part Three – Not All Nasty Bits
Anthony Bourdain talks about:
- What chefs have in common
- Whether he misses day to day restaurant work
- What he’s afraid of
Bourdain also discusses:
- Work ethic
- The Omelette of Truth
- Human nature
- Advice for the fast foodie
- Pub food
- How he started writing
- What he’s working on next.