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Anthony Bourdain was one of the most beloved and well-known food journalists of our time. Chances are, you've seen at least one of his shows, like A Cook's Tour, No Reservations, or Parts Unknown. He was also a chef and an author, and he is largely responsible for popularizing the so-called "foodie" culture. He introduced countless viewers to new and interesting dishes they may never have otherwise even heard of (we probably wouldn't have tried uni without him, to be fair).

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Maggot fried rice

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Fried rice: Who doesn't love it? Even if you're not a huge fan of Asian food, it's hard not to enjoy well-cooked fried rice, especially if it has a nice crispiness to it. While basic fried rice is always nice, this versatile dish gets even more special when you add your favorite ingredients. For most people, those ingredients might include veggies like carrots and onions or protein like chicken or even pork. But one ingredient you probably haven't thought about adding to your fried rice is maggots.

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Anthony Bourdain was one of the most beloved and well-known food journalists of our time. Chances are, you've seen at least one of his shows, like A Cook's Tour, No Reservations, or Parts Unknown. He was also a chef and an author, and he is largely responsible for popularizing the so-called "foodie" culture. He introduced countless viewers to new and interesting dishes they may never have otherwise even heard of (we probably wouldn't have tried uni without him, to be fair).

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google up the episode wherw he ate iguana. watch his face.
 
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Anthony Bourdain was one of the most beloved and well-known food journalists of our time. Chances are, you've seen at least one of his shows, like A Cook's Tour, No Reservations, or Parts Unknown. He was also a chef and an author, and he is largely responsible for popularizing the so-called "foodie" culture. He introduced countless viewers to new and interesting dishes they may never have otherwise even heard of (we probably wouldn't have tried uni without him, to be fair).

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google up the episode wherw he ate iguana. watch his face.
It was the cobra’s heart that got me.

And various kinds of testicles?
 

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Waffle House actually has good food, and you can watch them cook your food.
 

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Ummmm he ate deer penis before. But I commend him on trying everything, anything. There is that uguly fruit he hates, forget the name. It stinks too.
 

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