Here’s Some Unlikely Advice From Anthony Bourdain’s 'Appetites'
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For Bon Appetit, by Amanda Shapiro.
Anthony Bourdain’s new cookbook, Appetites, is all the foods he cooks at home, for his wife, his daughter and their friends. You’ll find refreshingly easy recipes for scrambled eggs, tuna salad and macaroni and cheese, along with more exciting offerings like British-Style Pheasant with Bread Sauce, Ma Po Tripe and Pork (with 20 ingredients including MSG), oh, and A LOT of strong opinions. We’re not sure that we’re sold on the Thanksgiving “stunt turkey” — a small bird to show off to your guests while you carve the unphotogenic “business turkey” — but we admit we’re intrigued. Here are 11 more pieces of unlikely advice from the man we never want to be predictable.
1. “If you ever need to deliver a baby unexpectedly, just reach for a nearby New York Times Styles section. You can be pretty sure nobody has touched that.”
2. “God does not want you to put chicken on your Caesar.”
3. “Always keep some pigs in the blanket in the freezer.”
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