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From 2007: Anthony Bourdain, the culinary bad boy

CBS News Friday, 1 November 2019
In a story which originally aired on "Sunday Morning" on September 30, 2007, correspondent Lesley Stahl profiles the celebrity chef and host of "No Reservations" Anthony Bourdain, whose adventurous spirit has led him to far-flung lands to sample some of the world's most exotic foods. Stahl also talked with Bourdain's mother, Gladys, whose cooking – and an oyster her son sampled in France at age 10 - inspired young Anthony to pursue a life in the kitchen.
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