Anthony Bourdain: 5 Unexpected Lessons He Taught Us Last Night
2. How to do drugs on TV
Of course, Travel Channel network policy forbids this, and, sayeth Bourdain, he always abides by network policy.
Meaning, he says that when the cameras are rolling, then does drugs.
Strategies for getting away with this include lying, such as in the scenario above; "framing it out," i.e., doing it out of the shot; eating it, such as on a psychedelic pizza; or masquerading as a police officer and standing next to six tons of burning cocaine.
You know, whatever works.
1. God doesn't exist, but if he did, he would be Jonathan Gold.
When an audience member asked Bourdain what restaurants he recommends in town, he answered simply: "Read Jonathan Gold. Whatever he says, it's God talking."
However, when later asked how he got to this point in his career, Bourdain replied, "My continued success is proof there is no God."
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