You've just had your first taste of Bourdain's writing. Do you like the book so far? do you like his style?
After reading these first few chapters you should have an idea of how Bourdain feels and thinks about food. Take some time to reflect on what you've read and then answer the following questions.
Q1: Bourdain Speaks about all the "strange" food he didn't like as a young American abroad in chapter one, how has your palate changed over the years? Are there any more traditional dishes you've grown to enjoy?
Q2: Bourdain was one of the first writers to romanticize being a chef and working in a kitchen, how do you think that has impacted the culinary world?
Q3: Bourdain talks about when he first realized "that food was something other than a substance one stuffed in one's face when hungry". What role has food played in your life? Why are food and psychology so closely linked in our lives?
Type your responses up submit them by Friday! thanks