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Anthony Bourdain Is Set to Publish His Second Frightful Food-Inspired Graphic Novel


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You don’t have to have restaurant experience on your resume to know working in food can be grueling: The long hours, a never-ending stream of activity, and snide back talk from customers is enough to drive anyone crazy. 375 more words

Stars & Chefs

5 lessons I learnt from the best sushi chef in the world

I’m a few years late to this party but I only recently watched the 2011 documentary Jiro Dreams of Sushi. The documentary focuses on a then 85 year old Jiro Ono and the staff of his small, unassuming restaurant Sukiyabashi Jiro, located in a basement near a subway in Japan. 780 more words

Hard Work

I HAD A WHOLE DAYS PHOTOGRAPHY WORTH TO PPDT

But WordPress on phone frocked that up

TAKE ANOTHER CONSOLATION PRIZE

MY MORNING :

Me making toast

ME SPREADING COOKIE BUTTER ON MY TOAST

ME EATING IT… 120 more words

A Whole New World of Food, or TIP Week #19 (2.8.15)

This week my question was, “What is sushi, and why is it safe to eat?” As someone who doesn’t like seafood, I have never been a big fan of sushi. 95 more words

Tokyo, Japan

There are a million and one reasons to go to Tokyo. There are also a million and one blogs and articles about what to see and do once you’re there. 1,991 more words

Asia

Person of Interest: Alejo Salcedo

A recent graduate of Guilford College, Alejo Salcedo is a young printmaker with big dreams. As an artist, the native Washingtonian uses linoleum and distinctive relief printing techniques to create work that incorporates topics of whimsy and strong geometric patterns found in nature. 424 more words

Content over cameras

“Aesthetically pleasing” is a term I heard often in school. I received a specialization in Documentary Studies, but most of my classes were for fiction production or TV news. 532 more words

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