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April 11th, 2013
10:46 PM ET

Bourdain on international cuisine: "The new generation of hot French chefs ... are all talking about Brooklyn as a major influence"

Just three days prior to the premier episode of his new program, on Thursday evening Anthony Bourdain joined "Piers Morgan Live" with a preview of his show, and some insight into his various decisions, both career and culinary.

"I'm having fun," said the host of the upcoming "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown," when asked why he often puts himself in danger traveling worldwide. "This is a great adventure for me and maybe it's a little foolhardy at times, but I'm working with some really talented people. I like to make things and tell stories and in a place like the Congo, as difficult as it is and dangerous at times, I know I'm doing the best work of my life and I'm making something that I can be really proud of."

Fielding questions from a live studio audience, the globally recognized chef, and multiple New York Times bestselling author was asked to compare the culinary exploits of America with those from around the world:

"Honestly, at a higher level among the chef community, in France, Europe, Latin America, everyone knows that the high-end cooking in this country – the middle to high-end – is as good as anywhere," claimed Bourdain. "Increasingly, even in Paris – and this is a real sea change – talk to the whole, the new generation of hot French chefs, and they're all talking about Brooklyn as a major influence."

Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in for the premier episode of Bourdain's new show, this Sunday at 9 on CNN.
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  1. Griff.

    "Cold Blooded Murder, Pierse! I wonder who got this one on their Dinner table? Quote A hungry young moose who took a stroll through a Safeway grocery store in Smithers, B.C., has died after it was tranquilized and transferred by B.C. Conservation officers.

    Sgt. Kevin Nixon said the animal had a severe tick infestation and was weak and lethargic as a result.

    "We tranquilized the moose and attempted to relocate it. Unfortunately, given its shape and its health, it didn’t make the relocation process. Unquote.

    April 12, 2013 at 12:07 am | Report abuse | Reply
  2. Griff.

    "Who's going to buy their joint from Safeway after ths one, Pierse?"

    April 12, 2013 at 12:11 am | Report abuse | Reply
  3. John

    Piers, where is your coverage of the Gosnell murder trial?

    April 12, 2013 at 12:29 am | Report abuse | Reply
  4. max

    the reason the gun thing went up in smoke was you! you didn't want to make kids saver, you wanted to band guns. one now, two later, and soon they all be gone. and they saw it. where do you think you are? living in England! where if you tell them its rain, and pee on them they buy it. we are the ones that kick butt, and ask question later, we drink hard, and still think may be its okay for gays to get marry. we fight we hit we do all that, but we all pray in our own way when 9/11 happen. Your not one of us and you never will be so back off and listen stop telling us we are below you. That is why we wanted you gone. But if you want to become one of us shut up and learn. If you are here to make us a class better than you your lower than me class you rich your not lets all love the royals grow up its not going to happen. It you want to make money understand this is the wild west welcome.

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