The Hungry Crowd: Anthony Bourdain's Grilling Icons

Anthony Bourdain—chef, TV host and graphic-novel author—illustrates his grilling obsessions: a meat-laden parilla, a smoke-filled yakitor...
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Anthony Bourdain, Food & Travel Expert

Anthony Bourdain has eaten pretty much every grilled food imaginable, from shrimp at the legendary Etxebarri restaurant in Spain’s Basque country to skinned iguana at a shack in Nicaragua. When F&W asked the host of CNN’s travel show, Parts Unknown, to sketch his current grilling obsessions, he agreed without hesitation and asked us for white board and a few blue pencils. He then supplied us with four astonishing drawings, from a typical meat-laden parrilla, or South American grill, to a smoke-filled yakitori spot in Tokyo. Bourdain has already produced a graphic novel, Get Jiro!, which features warring chefs; we hope he’ll tackle battling grill masters next.

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