In an interview, Anthony Bourdain cleared things up a bit: "I've reached the point where I’m not the bad-boy chef... I'm not a chef. I'm not bad. And I'm not a boy." Also, don't call him "the elder statesman of food." Someone called him that recently and he "found it deeply terrifying." [Globe and Mail]
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