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What It’s Like To Film Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” In Madagascar

With director Darren Aronofsky running point
May 17, 2015 9:00 pm

Jeff Allen has produced Anthony Bourdain’s Parts Unknown for four seasons, including episodes filmed in Vietnam, Mexico and the Bronx. Jeff has worked for National Geographic, Discovery Channel and Travel Channel in the past, and writes about his recent trip to Madagascar.

Watch A Conversation With Anthony Bourdain And His Television Producers

TV host talks challenges of filming “Parts Unknown”
May 1, 2015 2:30 pm

Last night, Anthony Bourdain sat down with some of his Parts Unknown producers for a talk moderated by film critic and radio host Elvis Mitchell, held at the Paley Center in New York. In the lively conversation, Bourdain discusses the challenges of filming his CNN show around the world, details some of the secrets behind his long-running success and gives a taste of his soon-to-air adventures. Clips are also shown from the show’s upcoming season.

What It’s Like To Film Anthony Bourdain’s “Parts Unknown” In Korea. Soju Consumed.

Helen Cho emerges from a somaek-induced haze
Apr 26, 2015 9:00 pm

Last October, Zero Point Zero director of digital content Helen Cho headed to Korea with her dude Anthony Bourdain and the Parts Unknown production crew. She’s a Korean-American, and it was her first time back since she was four years old. It was certainly a trip. Here’s her behind-the-scenes photo recap.

Adam Richman Is Apologetic, Back On Television And...Vegan?

TV host is adhering to a plant-based diet
Apr 16, 2015 2:00 pm

Adam Richman made a name for himself by eating ridiculously massive portions of meaty restaurant dishes on TV. His gregarious personality engaged millions through his hosting of popular shows like Man vs. Food and Amazing Eats. Therefore, his Instagram outburst last summer shocked many of his fans. Not quite as shocking but perhaps just as surprising? The once husky, meat-loving television host has recently begun adhering to a vegan diet.

20 Recipes That Will Let “Mad Men” Live Forever In Your Kitchen

Deviled eggs, chicken Kiev, Coca-Cola cake
Mar 26, 2015 2:00 pm

Behold: dishes weve either found or could conceivably find in the hour-long slice of heaven we call Mad Men (running for one more precious season). Take our update on Megan Drapers coq au vin, for example, or a fondue version of Petes pastrami Reuben. Or the best tuna noodle casserole youve ever eaten, hands down. Weve even got a handful of recipes from the actual (yet unofficial) Mad Men Cookbook. Yes, today is a great day and age to eat like its 1969.

Eric Ripert's Emmy-Winning Show Avec Eric Is Back With A New Focus, New Channel

Chef's acclaimed series is now on Cooking Channel
Feb 25, 2015 4:00 pm

Celebrity chef Eric Ripert is back on TV, with a new season of his old show on a new channel. Previously on PBS, Ripert's Emmy-winning program, Avec Eric, makes its Cooking Channel debut on Saturday, February 28. The revamped 12-episode series follows the chef as he travels the globe in search of culinary inspiration, with Australia and Korea among his notable destinations. Watch the series trailer here.

Well Done! A "Bob's Burgers" Cookbook Is On The Way.

Get ready for The Cajun Gracefully, To Err Is Cumin
Feb 3, 2015 10:30 am

Time for a patty in between two puns, because we're talking about Bob's Burgers, a.k.a. "my second-favorite use of Jon Benjamin's voice." Now, you can sear, flip and garnish along with the ultra-lovable Belcher family, because there's a cookbook in the works. Clean out the grease traps and ready your spatulas.

Losers Like Jim Rash Eat Sour Plums In Tokyo's Ping Pong Underground

Defeat tastes unbearably tart on The Getaway
Dec 10, 2014 1:30 pm

Screenwriters Nat Faxon and Jim Rash won an Oscar in 2012 for their work on The Descendants. But, you probably remember them better as the guys who "legbombed" actress Angelina Jolie. The comic duo recently teamed up again, heading to Tokyo to film the season finale of The Getaway, where they infiltrate one of the city's underground ping-pong parlors and agree to a friendly but fearsome wager: the loser must eat from a jar of really sour, really gross-looking pickled plums. Watch a clip here.

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