Anthony Bourdain’s lieutenant on co-authoring a book with him after his death, the Tony legacy, and spontaneity v/s preparation in travel.
From Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh, feast on local dishes the TV chef loved the country for.
On the world’s most underrated spot and more.
Grappling with an eternal conundrum about travel.
A plain-speaking, gonzo-style raconteur, he talked about food without gushing over it, and that’s what made him so vastly endearing to millions.