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Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations Episode: "New Orleans"

Season 4, Episode 5
Episode Synopsis: Tony travels to New Orleans to observe the changes wrought by Hurricane Katrina and what remains the same.
Original Air Date: Feb 4, 2008

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Season 4, Episode 5
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Length: 44:00
Aired: 2/4/2008
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"Greece" Season 4, Episode 5

In this week's episode of Anthony Bourdain:No Reservations, Tony ventures off to Greece to face his irrational fears of the foreign land, and eats a truck load of lamb on the way. I may be a newcomer to the Anthony Bourdain world but let me tell you, his sarcasm was at it's peak tonight and I was absolutely loving it! In a land where fish is a luxury and greens are essential, Tony's first meal consists of both accompanied by sweetbreads, chick peas, stewed wild goat, and I bunch of other native delectable's I'm sure I'm missing. This of course is before Tony starts hitting the bottle which slowly drifts him into a mildly drunken stupor. The result of this, one of my favorite quotes of the night! "I'd tell you about last night but I'd throw up in my month," I think I felt his pain through the screen. Tony has the pleasure of spending his next day devouring a poor helpless lamb, shooting guns, and catching a live episode of Dancing with the Stars, front row seat of course. I'm not one to veer away from tradition folks, but I couldn't help but feel for that poor innocent lamb...and I'm ashamed that it happens to be one of my favorite things to eat. Other important highlights include: - Tony's visit to the Seaport - his efforts to saturate everything with Sea Urchin... Oh yeah, and he throws some other stuff in there too (i.e.) shrimp stewed with feta cheese, grape leaves, etc - The traditional Greek breakfast - Lamb guts wrapped in chitterlings stew (this is definitely NOT gonna help my already existing stomach issues) and tomato sauce - rabbit stew, spleen, quail, and a bottle of local wine - Grilled Octopus - (which is pretty freakin tastey) and fisherman's stew What did you think of tonight's tasty treats? show less
In this week's episode of Anthony Bourdain:No Reservations, Tony ventures off to Greece to face his irrational fears of the foreign land, and eats a truck load of lamb on the way. I may be a newcomer to the Anthony Bourdain world but let me tell you, his sarcasm was at it's peak tonight and I was absolutely loving it!In a land where fish is a luxury and greens are essential, Tony's first meal consists of both accompanied by sweetbreads, chick peas, stewed wild goat, and I bunch of other native delectable's I'm sure I'm missing. This of course is before Tony starts hitting the bottle which slowly drifts him into a mildly drunken stupor. The result of this, one of my favorite quotes of the night! "I'd tell you about last night but I'd throw up in my month," I think I felt his pain through the screen.Tony has the pleasure of spending his next day devouring a poor helpless lamb, shooting guns, and catching a live episode of Dancing with the Stars, front row seat of course. I'm not one t... read more

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