Appreciation: Anthony Bourdain opened the working-class kitchen to the world and the world to us

The modern American restaurant scene without Anthony Bourdain is hard to imagine, Jonathan Gold writes.
Jonathan Gold • Los Angeles Times • June 8, 2018
If you spent much time in food circles around the year 2000, you knew that American food culture was beginning to change — and not necessarily toward the embrace of the seasonable, sustainable, organic pleasures promised by the food revolution....
The full article can be read on the Los Angeles Times website.

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