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Parts Unknown Season Three Now Streaming; Chefs' Week PDX Announces Lineup

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Plus, an app that tracks your must-visit restaurant list.

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FOOD TV— The third season of Anthony Bourdain's Emmy Award-winning CNN travelogue Parts Unknown is now available to stream on Netflix. The third season of Parts kicked off earlier this April with Bourdain's trip to Punjab, India, and wrapped up with an episode in Brazil that saw Bourdain eating potentially deadly blowfish and drinking many caipirinhas. [EaterWire]

PORTLAND— The annual dinner series known as Chefs' Week PDX has already announced its 2015 line-up, which will gather dozens of West Coast chefs in Portland from February 5 to 8, 2015. Visiting chefs Matthew Accarrino (SPQR), Mei Lin (ink), Brian McCracken and Dana Tough (Spur Gastropub) are among the guests for the four-day event, which will include thematic dinner collaborations ("West Coast Modern" and "Bound By Tradition") and free-to-the-public afterparties. More information here. [EaterWire]

APPS— In case your smartphone's Notepad isn't a sufficient enough organizer, developers have released the restaurant app Salt, which allows users to bookmark restaurant recommendations and information from any online source. Users can then create and share restaurant lists with friends in what developers are calling a "personal place tracker." More information here. [EaterWire]

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