Why Anthony Bourdain thinks Jamie Oliver is a hero
Kid-food confidential: Anthony Bourdain may love foie gras, loathe Alice Waters and vegetarians, and enjoy tipping other sacred sustainable-foodie cows, but a recent excerpt from his new memoir, "Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook" reveals that he's two grassfed-beef burgers away from getting his food-movement draft card. See, Bourdain's a dad now, and like many people who claimed that the only important variable to consider in food was taste before they had a mini-Me to protect, he's coming around to the idea that not only are not all foods created equal, some in fact are created eeeeevil. Like McDonald's. 'I want my little girl to see fast-food culture as I do. As the enemy," writes Bourdain, and for that, he'll resort to any means necessary, including telling her Ronald McDonald is a child kidnapper and wrapping a chocolate-dipped tuft of hair in the Golden Arches' paper. Ah, it's good to have you on the team, Mr. B. (The Guardian)
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