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Submission + - A graphic novel of post-apocalyptic food culture (vertigocomics.com)

Onco_Rx writes: Anthony Bourdain is an American chef that came onto the food scene in 2000 with his book Kitchen Confidential. He has now release a graphic novel that looks at a post apocalyptic LA where chefs rule and a renegade chef, Jiro, wants to make some changes. Anthony talks about this new venture in a video.

Personally I think his shows, No Reservations and The Layover, are great travel foodie shows. He presents a no-nonsense, honest face on food from around the world.

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A graphic novel of post-apocalyptic food culture

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