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  • More Anthony Bourdain - Brittany

    If you guys are not watching Anthony Bourdain - No Reservations on the travel channel...you should put in on your DVR.

    This last episode was Brittany, and he showed this guy who had (among other things) his own bakery to supply his restaurants. Just a quick shot of the oven, but oh the bread looked fantastic. Lots of shots of the bread.

    The same guy was raising pigs for charcuterie...also all looked amazing. I find myself starving on the sofa while watching his show.
    Not to mention the tower of seafood...can I please have his job?

    My Oven Thread:

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    Re: More Anthony Bourdain - Brittany

    Drew, fanatastic episode. Based on the food alone, probably his best yet. I too found myself drooling. Can you believe that guy, closed a Michelin 3 star rated restaurant and and went "artisan" in Brittany. I would die a happy (and very obese) man if only allowed to dine at his establishments.
    Brittany has definetly moved near the top of my ultimate vacation destinations.



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      Re: More Anthony Bourdain - Brittany

      Looks like Maine to me... except the ocean is on the wrong side of the street.