Bourdain, who died at 61, traveled the world, sampling local cuisine and meeting people along the way. We listen back to his Fresh Air interview from 2016 when he talked about starting his career as a dishwasher, cooking for his daughter, and his love of street food. "I'm happiest experiencing food in the most purely emotional way," Bourdain said. And critic David Bianculli remembers the debut, 70 years ago this month, of two variety shows — one hosted by Milton Berle, the other by Ed Sullivan — that showcased the powerful impact of television.
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