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Parts Unknown Now Streaming; Arizona Taco Festival

FOOD TV— Good news for those wanting to catch up on their Anthony Bourdain: Production company Zero Point Zero announced on Twitter today that the first and second seasons of Bourdain's CNN show Parts Unknown are now available for streaming on Netflix. [Twitter]

SCOTTSDALE— Scottsdale, Arizona will play host to the fifth-annual Arizona Taco Festival on October 18 and 19. As in years past, dozens of taco-making teams will compete for "Best in Show" accolades in four primary categories — poultry, beef, pork, seafood — all while doling out $2 tacos and side dishes to attendees. The festival also features a variety of side attractions, like a tequila tent and what a press release calls "a popular chihuahua beauty pageant." More information here. [EaterWire]

FOOD MEDIANational Geographic has announced the launch of a food-focused website, NatGeoFood.com, which promises to explore "issues surrounding how we eat today and how we can provide food for all." And as Eater DC notes, it's recruited chef José Andrés as a recurring contributor. [Eater DC]

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