He’s been called the “bad boy of cuisine,” the “gastronomic Indiana Jones,” and no friend of strident vegans. Anthony Bourdain is, however, first and foremost a chef—his home base is Les Halles in New York—and a man with a well-traveled view of the restaurant industry. His TV show, “No Reservations,” is in its fifth season on The Travel Channel, and his first best-selling book, “Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary ...

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