A day after Slovenia Vodka got a major plug from Bill Murray and David Letterman on the Late Show's penultimate episode, the talk show host resurrected his infamous Taco Bell drive-thru sketch on last night's finale. Watch the video above.
In an essay on Medium, the food writer John DeVore, who took home two James Beard awards this year for a personal essay about Taco Bell that's not really about Taco Bell, reflected on his first five years of sobriety.
The picture splashed on the home page for Marcus Samuelsson's Harlem Eat Up! festival shows a white woman and black man clinking wine glasses in a room full of white faces, and such an imbalance wasn't that far off at dinner Friday night.
Now that Parts Unknown has wrapped, Twitter is the best day-to-day source for Anthony Bourdainisms. He posts frequent updates on his rambling life, like when he’s having “glorious” reflexology in Singapore (“to be followed by soup dumplings”), and hilarious mealtimes, like “Breakfast: coffee, lipitor and my last Congolese painkiller.” We admittedly get wrapped up in the fun of following Tony through Jiu-Jitsu lessons at the hands of his “delicate flower” wife, forgetting that the loudmouthed chef/author/CNN food gypsy not only has over a decade of pen-pushing under his belt, but that he’s something of a social commenter.