September 18th, 2013
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World-renowned chef, author and Emmy winning television personality Anthony Bourdain visits Granada, Spain, in the next episode of "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown," airing Sunday, September 22, at 9 p.m. ET. Follow the show on Twitter and Facebook.

Granada lies at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the southern Spanish region of Andalusia.

The city was the final bastion of the Spanish Moors, before they fell to the Catholic monarchs Ferdinand V and Isabella I in 1492.

"This is where devout Catholicism mixes with surrealism, modernist cuisine with traditional tapas. Christianity and Islam traded places, shared space. And the effects and influences of all those things are right here to see," Anthony Bourdain says.

Yet, there are many parts of Granada's culture that are decidedly Spanish in nature: siestas, bullfighting, Flamenco and, of course, tapas.

According to Bourdain, "You may think you know what a tapa is, like if you’ve had small bites at some fusion hipster bar where they do a whole lot of little plates. Yeah. That ain’t a tapa."

The definition of a tapa has expanded to mean almost anything served in a small portion, but tapas, in the most traditional sense, are small, simple and savory snacks. They're often free of charge so long as you drink - and keep drinking; they're meant to entice you to stick around for a while and ideally order something larger from the menu.

While in Granada, Bourdain feasts on morcilla (blood sausage), berenjenas con miel (fried eggplant drizzled with honey) and caracoles en salsa (snails in almond sauce). And, let's not forget, lots and lots of jamón, the international coup de grâce of country ham.

Another icon of the tapas spread is the tortilla, more specifically the tortilla de patatas or tortilla española; for all intents and purposes, an open-faced potato omelet.

Tortilla Española
Recipe courtesy Haidar Karoum, Executive Chef of Estadio (Washington, D.C.)
Yields about 4 portions

1 cup olive oil
1 lb Yukon gold potatoes
2 yellow onions, thinly sliced
6 eggs, whole
Salt and pepper to taste

Wash the potatoes under cold running water. Slice in half lengthwise and then into 1/4" half moons. Heat the olive oil in a medium skillet over medium heat and add the onions and potatoes. Stir every so often and season with salt and pepper. Cook for about eight minutes until the potatoes are cooked through and the onions are soft.

Crack the eggs into a large bowl, season with salt and pepper and whisk until they are thoroughly mixed. Using a slotted spoon, scoop the potato and onion mixture into the bowl of eggs, making sure to keep the oil in the skillet, and stir to combine. Reserve the remaining oil left in the pan. It is important to do this while the potatoes are still warm. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for up to three hours.

Heat an 8-inch nonstick pan over medium heat. Add two tablespoons of the reserved oil from cooking the potatoes and onions. Pour the egg, potato and onion mixture into the pan and cook for 3-4 minutes until the sides of the eggs have set and the middle is beginning to set. Place a plate on top of the pan and invert. Gently slide the tortilla back into the pan with the brown side now upward. Cook for another three minutes and remove from the heat. Let the tortilla rest in the pan for four minutes.

To serve, invert the tortilla on to a cutting board and cut into quarters. Place one wedge on each of four plates.

Note: If pressed for time, you can cook the tortilla after refrigerating the mixture for one hour.

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Previously on "Parts Unknown":
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10 things to know before visiting Israel, the West Bank and Gaza
Bourdain has traditional Palestinian meal
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SPAM and coq au vin on the Congo River
Peruvian food, from guinea pigs to pisco sours
Peruvian food is having a moment
Make perfect pisco sours and ceviche
South America's pisco enjoys North American revival
Breakfast in Libya
Where fast food tastes like freedom
iReport: In Morocco, eating is the spice of life
Street snacking in Morocco
O Canada! Our home and delicious land
Come for the strip bars, stay for the poutine
Colombian cuisine – from aguardiente to viche
Americans just don’t understand the potato. Colombians do.
Los Angeles Koreatown
The ever-changing flavor of L.A.'s Koreatown
Bridging generations and cultures, one blistering bowl of bibimbap at a time
Los Angeles food trucks are in it for the long haul
Fall in love with Myanmar's cuisine
In Myanmar, drink your tea and eat it too

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  1. RockHound

    Hey, that recipe for Berenjenas con Miel is great! Thanks, "Spaniard in Seattle".

    January 10, 2014 at 8:53 pm |
  2. Eddie Fonseca

    Antonio Carmona a Flamenco Spanish guitar player from Spain has many of his song's heard on the radio stations in Spain, and in the United States of America in Miami also in New York as well. What makes Spain and the people a mystery to the rest of the world, how they live laid back lives with a few glass's of red wine and their work ethic, as well where they live to work where the people of Spain are not concerned about how much money they earn because the all mighty dollar does not control there lives as it does like the workers in the USA. Being an American who has traveled to Spain, their way of life is way different where life is one big party for the people of Spain and where family and religion matters to them during the dinner table. The people of Spain live three years longer where the life in the USA goes down, there women and men are always open minded and enjoy talking about their country's economic situation or having some great food and wine in a small café in Spain. As American's we should take a page of the people of Spain, that life is not always about work and being the richest person in the world it's about taking the time to enjoy life and spending time with the people we care about over a few bottles of red wine and food as well for years to come.

    October 19, 2013 at 10:33 pm |
  3. lingyai

    Very disappointed with the bull fighting thing. Its a horrible disgusting "activity" that defies human dignity. I'm extremely disappointed with CNN for glorifying this barbaric tradition. Looks like its time for MSNBC! In fact, in an era when we MUST be promoting veganism due to the overpopulation explosion Bourdain should be promoting veggie dishes throughout the series. I was excited at first, but "Parts Unknown" has yet to go to ANY "Parts Unknown". Basically its a cooking show that promotes the killing of animals.

    Sad, because this is a huge wasted opportunity – CNN really had a chance to help save the Planet. Given deforestation for both grazing and grain, animal emissions, slaughterhouses, refrigeration and transportation, "animal husbandry" becomes of of our greatest Global Warming problems . but CNN and Bourdain miss a great educational opportunity by promoting the slaughter of animals. How basic, crude and unenlightened!

    Bull fighting is the last straw. I have yet to see a true "Parts Unknown" segment. What I really want to see is the matador trampled by the bull. I boycott Spain over this pagan, unenlightened activity that degrades all humanity.

    Anthony, you are a great presenter, but where is your heart and vision? You have really wasted a great opportunity and could have become a leader for change that can help save Humankind and the Planet. As for Spain, I want to see the matador die from the same cruelty they perpetrate. There is nothing honorable about killing an exhausted, tortured bull.

    Matadors are true cowards – so much for Spanish macho. Spain, your economic woes are your karma for continuing this disgusting tradition.

    Bourdain, do a reality check. "Parts Unknown" could have truly enlightened the future of Humankind by promoting new environmentally friendly eating habits. Parts Unknown is a tremendous opportunity lost.

    CNN, I will continue watching Piers Morgan, Anderson Cooper, Fareed Zakaria, Sanjay Gupta, etc. but that's it. Other than your responsible presenters, the Spain edition of Parts Unknown has truly changed my viewing habits.

    Opps, got to change the channel now. I refuse to boost your ratings!

    Anthony, you should be ashamed!

    September 28, 2013 at 9:59 pm |
  4. Julie

    Total fail with the glorification of bullfighting. Many Spaniards are embarrassed by this barbaric atrocity that should be banished to antiquity. Anthony, grow a spine and withhold your applause next time.

    September 23, 2013 at 12:29 pm |
    • NealR2000

      He seems conflicted. Bourdain's politics are clearly left, but at the same time, he loves playing with automatic weapons, eating foie gras, and has a well documented dislike of hipsters and vegetarians. He does appear to have changed a little though, as the earlier Bourdain would have gone out of his way to rub bull fighting in the faces of those against it, while this time, he at least made a few hesitent comments about it. Although I don't have a problem with bull fighting, I do agree that it needn't have been in the episode. It's an old Spanish stereotype and has nowhere near the same public following that I had a generation or two ago.

      September 24, 2013 at 3:04 pm |
      • Christine

        Sorry NealR2000, my reply went to the wrong post.

        October 2, 2013 at 11:43 am |
    • Christine

      Did you not see the entire episode? He said if it were up to him he would ban it tomorrow, clearly he is being objective. He is not disrespecting his host and looking at it from that point of view.

      October 2, 2013 at 11:41 am |
  5. Thinking things through

    I wish they'd given the recipe for berenjenas con miel (fried eggplant drizzled with honey). I guess I will just have to invent my own...

    September 23, 2013 at 12:02 pm |
    • Spaniard in Seattle

      I made berenjenas con miel just last night. :) Very easy! What I do is I cut thin slices of the eggplant (not too thin, not too thick), and coat *lightly* with flour. (If you put too much, you will taste the flour.) Sometimes I cut the round slices in half to make half moons. Put olive oil in a pan, and fry the eggplants turning once. Once they are out, I place them in paper towels to absorb the oil, and salt while they are warm (I use kosher salt). Once they are all done, transfer to another plate and drizzle with molasses. That is what we call in Spain "miel de caña" or "miel negra", which is not really honey. Hope that heps. Good luck!

      October 1, 2013 at 2:56 pm |
  6. Paula

    why are there so many haters in the room?

    I love Bourdain, love CNN. Keep up the good work!

    September 23, 2013 at 11:58 am |
  7. Jdizzle McHammerpants ♫♫

    Last night's episode was interesting.

    Seemed like he was drunk the whole time, though.

    September 23, 2013 at 11:37 am |
  8. NealR2000

    I'm not digging the new series. Last night's Spain episode came across as a little forced and unatural. Jerusalem was visually interesting but Bourdain once again shows total deference to anything Muslim. No snarky comments at all when it comes to them.

    September 23, 2013 at 10:23 am |
    • JGN

      Have to wonder why you are LOOKING for snarky comments about Muslims. Is it so important to you to see someone put down people?

      September 23, 2013 at 5:43 pm |
      • NealR2000

        You have misunderstood my point. Bourdain's whole act is the put down and snark. The point I was making, which appears to have been lost on you, is that he dishes the snark remarks every minute or two when visiting a place, any place, but NEVER ONCE in a muslim country. I'm not suggesting that muslim countries are any more or less deserving of snark than anywhere else. I'm just saying that Bourdain becomes highly respectful and deferential when he visits one.

        September 24, 2013 at 2:56 pm |
  9. Paul

    I see enough terrible news on CNN. I will not watch bulls being slaughtered for sport.

    September 22, 2013 at 9:15 pm |
  10. cru

    yes, thanks Anthony for explaining what a tapas is. I guess everyone but you is too stupid to know. Can cnn explain who his audience is? Young people don't enjoy watching a senior citizen trying to be cool. And old people find him an arrogant **#*&@.

    September 22, 2013 at 6:29 pm |
    • SandiStorm

      Food is meant to be made with love from the heart and shared with family and friends. Guess that explains why he travels so extensively.

      September 22, 2013 at 7:19 pm |
    • Galumbits

      I don't know what Anthony Bourdain's age has to do with tapas...unless you hilariously believe tapas were invented by a young person in the last five years.

      I have been jonesing for a real tapas bar for AGES. Anthony is right about the hipster fusion thing. Every "tapa" served in the States is some sort of high cuisine, which is not tapas. There is a pretty good tapas place in Sacramento, though, opened by none other than a Spanish guy and his family.

      September 23, 2013 at 4:19 pm |
    • JGN

      Which are you speaking for? 'Old' people or 'young' people? Where is your cut off point, 30 years old or 50 years old or 80 years old? And why do you think you know so much about what other people want to watch or learn about?

      September 23, 2013 at 5:44 pm |
  11. Arthur in the Garden!

    He is so glib and snobby. I don't really like him. I rather have a down to earth person!

    September 22, 2013 at 6:15 pm |
    • Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

      The man for that job was Keith Floyd, who unfortunately died four years ago. Check out his videos on YouTube and see for yourself.

      September 22, 2013 at 9:26 pm |
  12. VegasSmitty

    This loser need to go back to NJ with the rest of the waste from NY.

    September 22, 2013 at 4:56 pm |
    • gager

      Sounds like envy. Bourdain is great.

      September 22, 2013 at 5:02 pm |
      • jango

        bourdain is awesome!!!! why do ppl hate.....

        September 22, 2013 at 7:13 pm |
  13. hj

    i like his passion.

    September 22, 2013 at 3:31 pm |
  14. Sharkmann

    I eat food as well, can I get my own show?

    September 22, 2013 at 1:44 pm |
    • JGN

      No, because you don't know how to spell man.

      September 23, 2013 at 5:46 pm |
  15. CB

    Bulls, dogs, roosters, to me, the jerks that participate/watch these fights should get in the ring instead and fight to the death, those poor animals have no choice. And look at Bourdain, it looks like he thinks this is funny, that poor animal. QUIT DOING THIS! And please quit supporting Bourdain!

    September 22, 2013 at 1:28 pm |
    • Peter Trainor

      The USA is more barbaric than any other top nation in the world. WHile top nations are way abouve the USA on education, medical care, food, better ways of live, live longer are slimmer the USA is #1 in killings, invading other lands and having too many bad cops abusing and killing innocent folks. The USA is also #1 in keeping cows in terrible conditions and killing the most too so folk s can be fatter. I rather have any bull kill any day.

      September 22, 2013 at 1:59 pm |
      • Nikki

        I'll have to respectfully disagree with you there. the US can't compete for a second with the atrocities committed in China.

        September 22, 2013 at 4:32 pm |
      • gager

        The government should not be involved in health care. That is a fail in all countries that try.

        September 22, 2013 at 5:03 pm |
        • Galumbits

          Based on what information exactly? Considering almost all first world countries provide healthcare to their citizens, I would have to say your assertion that it has failed in almost all countries that have tried it is...well, is there something that's beyond wrong? Can you be wronger? Way wrong? Ah, I got it. You really couldn't be more wrong. Beyond that, what does that have to do with the topic?

          September 23, 2013 at 4:22 pm |
  16. Spotted

    How is it that bull fighting still goes on??? What is wrong with this world that people think this is okay??? We stand by and allow this to happen, calling it "cultural". Screw cultural, this is unhumane. People are actually entertained by the cruel killing of an animal? I don't understand it and never will. We as humans should be so ashamed of what we've become and what we allow. Please take a stand for change and stop allowing people like Anthony Bourdain to glorify it. Anthony Bourdain I will no longer watch anything you have to do with.

    September 22, 2013 at 11:05 am |
    • dave

      Rest assured that there is massive opposition to bull fighting in Spain. Spain is not as homogeneous as it is depicted in media. It's actually quite culturally divided among regions, not unlike most European nations.

      September 22, 2013 at 1:47 pm |
    • Peter Trainor

      While in the USA we are entertain by rodeos, boxing and mass killing every other day. SO what barbaric nation can allow that or the dead row? What top nation now goes and invade another country and killed over 100,000 innocent Iraqi ala Bush and Cheney. SO I rather see the bull gets the shot. The USA executed more cows, humans too,and start more wars for not reason at all than any other top nation in the planet. Instead give its citizens free medical care and education with the USA is poor at both of that. So think about that now.

      September 22, 2013 at 1:52 pm |
      • RC

        Did you graduate 3rd grade?

        September 23, 2013 at 10:51 am |
  17. Don Cole

    Arrogance is his only claim to fame–can't stand this show off.

    September 22, 2013 at 6:47 am |
    • agreed

      i can't possibly agree any more.

      September 22, 2013 at 10:59 am |
  18. KaPueo

    World-renowned chef? How about world-class sot? Bourdain never met a bottle he didn't like.

    September 22, 2013 at 5:35 am |
  19. David Hoffman

    Lousy video. No real explanation of what supposedly authentic tapas are. From all I have read they can justifiably be made of anything. Basically they are the equivalent of hors d'oeuvres.

    September 22, 2013 at 2:16 am |
    • Anne

      He said that, little snacks for free while you are drinking. It can be whatever, filled olives, little bruschettas, ham (prosciutto, some old ham), antipasto, anything to entertain your stomach :)

      September 22, 2013 at 1:42 pm |
      • Thinking things through

        And they certainly sound better than the little snacks you get for free here in bars in the US. Sick of chips already.

        September 23, 2013 at 12:06 pm |
  20. Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

    The Italian fritatta and Spanish tortilla are the same thing.

    September 21, 2013 at 10:33 pm |
    • Bob Barker

      No, they are not. If you ever traveled outside of Plano TX you would know better.

      The tortilla recipe here is a recipe for disaster. 1. You need to peel the potatoes. 2. A cup of oil? No more than 1/3 to 1/2 a cup, just enough to slow-cook the potatoes– you aren't trying to deep-fat fry them. 3. You don't cook the potatoes and onions for eight minutes over medium heat– that's crazy. You cook them over low heat for about 45 minutes without browning the potatoes, until they begin to break down and are very, very, very soft. 4. After cooking the potatoes, leave only a trace of oil in the pan when you cook the tortilla. 5. Whip the heck out of the eggs– use a hand whisk for at least 2-5 minutes.... the more the better. 6. Use very low, evenly dispersed heat for cooking the tortilla, and cook it for much longer than the recipe above suggests.

      September 22, 2013 at 6:13 pm |
      • Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

        "No, they are not. If you ever traveled outside of Plano TX you would know better."

        I've traveled extensively outside of the US. Your regionalist bigotry undermines what little credibility you have and gets the rest of your comment ignored.

        k thx bye

        September 22, 2013 at 9:29 pm |
      • Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

        BTW, I'm not from nor do I live in Plano TX. Google the phrase.

        September 22, 2013 at 9:33 pm |
      • Bob Barker

        Wow– you really are a miserable little troll.

        September 22, 2013 at 11:43 pm |
        • Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

          Why is it whenever someone has nothing intelligent to say they stoop to accusing the other party of being a troll?

          Oh right, they're TROLLING.

          September 23, 2013 at 12:11 am |
    • JGN

      BTW I think people are accusing you of being a troll because you just can't leave it alone.

      September 23, 2013 at 5:48 pm |
  21. Jake

    Not sure I would die for an onion or an egg.

    September 21, 2013 at 10:04 pm |
    • Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

      I wouldn't die for either one either, but combining them in an omelet is a tasty was to avoid starvation.

      September 21, 2013 at 10:19 pm |
      • Bob Barker

        This, I agree with.

        September 22, 2013 at 7:00 pm |
        • Bob Barker

          Except on further review, you are clearly an asshat.

          September 22, 2013 at 11:39 pm |
        • Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

          "Except on further review, you are clearly an asshat."

          "Asshat." Very intelligent response there. In Psychology what you're doing is called "projecting." As in projecting one's flaws and self-hatred onto others.

          In Internet terminology you're what's known as a TROLL. Off with you.

          September 23, 2013 at 12:13 am |
  22. Paul Acson

    Bourdain, I hate you......!!!!!
    I am so envious of your travels and consumption of outstanding foods, I could........!!
    Take me with you, I'll carry bags, open doors, hold your chair.....almost anything, just tell me where to meet you.
    P.S. I'll be in Rome and Istanbul next month, let's meet up.

    September 21, 2013 at 4:07 pm |
  23. Ctrygrl

    I have been to Spain three wonderful times and it has by far and away the best food of anywhere I have been in Europe. Better than Italy, Belgium, Germany, and way better than France. Whether a hole in the wall bar or a nice restaurant, doesn't matter the food is fabulous.

    September 21, 2013 at 3:40 pm |
    • Rick

      If you like everything dripping in cheap, near rancid olive oil it is. A lot of it is very good yes, but a lot is as I described.

      September 22, 2013 at 4:22 am |
    • Peter Trainor

      I second that as well. I had traveled all over Europe, Asia and many other parts of our world and by far the best food is from Spain and all to die from Those Spaniards are very healthy, they live a long live, are very tall. It has very good white folks and the women are also to die for. in Russia, Spanish women look like models and they even go naked at the beach something that puritan USA would never do. But again, due to the ignorance and poor schooling in the USA, many people in the USA think that tacos and burritos come from Spain too.

      September 22, 2013 at 1:40 pm |
  24. DMB


    September 21, 2013 at 3:22 pm |
  25. jimatmad

    Potatoes, eggs, onions, salt and pepper.

    Who knew I was making fricken 'tapas to die for' all of these years?

    September 21, 2013 at 3:19 pm |
  26. INANO


    September 21, 2013 at 1:09 pm |
    • futureman2

      Bourdain will eat anything that walks, swims, slithers, or crawls. I'm waiting for him to eat at a Monkee table. They have these in southeast Asia. The barbequed head of a Monkee is secured in the middle of a small table and the crown cut off. The diners then eat right out of the skull..Show that or a cat or dog being eaten and Bourdain will be done condoning these countries exotic appetites..

      September 21, 2013 at 1:42 pm |
      • RC

        Geez-the word is *monkey*. The Monkees were a band from the '60s.

        September 23, 2013 at 11:05 am |
        • Jdizzle McHammerpants ♫♫

          I'm a believer.

          Neil Dimond wrote most of their songs.

          September 23, 2013 at 11:36 am |
    • Gary Vey

      I totally agree. Sick of seeing his face all over CNN. Who cares? Booooooring. He had a show on TV before and it totally sucked. It makes me go to reuters for my new just so I will not have to look at his face! lol...

      September 21, 2013 at 3:36 pm |
  27. jim

    As much as I admire Spanish cuisine and culture, there is nothing to celebrate about the cruelty of bull fighting. There is strong opposition to it (at least certain types of bull fighting) even in Spain. Food critics should be mindful of the fact that food is not just about how it tastes but also how it is produced. For example, can you tell us to what extent captive bolt stun guns are used in Spain and whether bull fighting is really culturally accepted?

    September 21, 2013 at 9:10 am |
    • iyamile

      You are so right

      September 21, 2013 at 11:31 am |
    • DMB

      i bet you eat meat, whats the difference.......kill them all...

      September 21, 2013 at 3:21 pm |
    • Thomas

      Get over it, dude. Stop condemning other people's culture just because it doesn't fit your standards. You're probably the guy that would starve an indigenous people just to save a prairie chicken. I support bullfighting.

      September 21, 2013 at 10:07 pm |
    • Dingo

      Assuming you are vegetarian?

      September 22, 2013 at 8:28 am |
    • Peter Trainor

      Jim I rather have bulls kill and be eaten than watching boxing in the USA, or how about rodeos. Hey if that still doesnt make you think how about folks with assault weapon killing each other each day or many USA cops abusing or killing innocent folks. In Spain, as in the rest of Europe, I can walk any time and feel free instead of been afraid after dark or day time any where in the states. SO I rather see the bull gets the shot. BTW the USA executed more cows, humans too, than any other nation in the planet every single day so folks can be fatter and die younger too. Now go and cry about that.

      September 22, 2013 at 1:44 pm |
      • Nota

        Well now that is just ignorant. You are far less likely to be killed with an "assault weapon" in the US than you are to be killed in the majority of Europe by stabbing. I can't believe your claim of "safe everywhere" in Europe and "safe nowhere" in the US. Open your eyes. Walk down a back alley in NYC and a back alley in London. Violence is not exclusive to the US. I've never been robbed in any city in the US but have been pick pocketed and stolen from in Europe numerous times. Your far reaching statements are just ludicrous. All of Europe safe? Really? Unless you're being trafficked in Romania. Or Belarus. Or Lithuania... Moldova... Murdered in Greece. Pick-pocketed in Italy... Stabbed in England... Blown up in Northern Ireland.... At a summer camp and then attacked by a neo nazi.... Riding a train in Spain...You get the point... Europe is a wonderful place that I love going to but don't claim there isn't the same violence that is present other places.

        September 22, 2013 at 2:44 pm |
      • jim

        Read the post. It's not saying eating meat or slaughtering animals is wrong. Rather it says that the journalist should say something in his article about whether Spaniards agree with the principle of bull fighting. He posts of photograph of himself with a Matador and tells us that the animal in question will be turned into a tasty meal. Fine, but what does he have to say about the torture the animal has endured to be turned into that meat, as opposed to a farm raised animal that could be killed almost instantaneously with a stun gun? Bourdain is not on vacation. He is not a house guest. but a paid journalist who has allowed himself to be part of a bull fighting event, yet he is conspicuously silent with respect to that controversial issue.

        I'm not a vegetarian but that does not mean I don't care about proper handling of livestock in meat production.

        September 26, 2013 at 8:34 pm |
  28. Jay in Florida

    Bourdain is a badazz

    September 21, 2013 at 8:36 am |
    • jimatmad

      More like a dumazz.

      September 21, 2013 at 3:23 pm |
      • Quid Malmborg in Plano TX

        What did you do, place second?

        September 21, 2013 at 10:19 pm |
  29. Rota Spain

    Jamon, it's better than bacon!!!

    September 21, 2013 at 7:37 am |
    • Playa de la Luz

      Jamon Habugo hermano...amen!

      September 21, 2013 at 10:44 am |
  30. Michael

    Sunday is not September 21.

    September 19, 2013 at 1:30 pm |
    • Jdizzle McHammerpants ♫♫

      Interesting catch.

      September 19, 2013 at 1:42 pm |
  31. RichardHead

    I ate a taco in a Ford Granada once.

    September 19, 2013 at 12:29 pm |
    • Znof

      Then this makes you white trash. -> to the point?

      September 21, 2013 at 9:26 am |
      • Robert

        And this makes you a prig with no sense of humor.

        September 21, 2013 at 11:42 am |
    • Peter Trainor

      You are another example of the ignorance and poor education of the USA. But what you can say for sure is, "thanks to Spain I am living in the USA when they landed in America 100 yrs before the Brits came here and by the time the UK came over Spaniards were having red wine and tapas with the Native indians."

      September 22, 2013 at 1:46 pm |
      • Nota

        Yes the "poor" education where the world comes to us for higher education more often than anywhere else except maybe the UK. The same "poor" education system where EVERYONE gets an education not just certain classes. Is it the best education system? Probably not, countries that have smaller populations and less socially and geographically diverse populaces have it far easier when it comes to educating. However i am sick of hearing "china is beating the US in education..." Sure, maybe a few at the top but half of their children get no education and work manual labor from age 10... Just an example...

        September 22, 2013 at 2:33 pm |
        • Peter Trainor

          China is no a top nation but a developing nation and for the most part their education is better than in the USA. But when compare to Europe, Canada, Japan we we are way below.

          September 22, 2013 at 4:40 pm |
      • RC

        So not only did you not graduate 3rd grade, you have zero sense of humor. I'll bet you're the life of the party.

        September 23, 2013 at 10:59 am |
  32. RC

    Sounds more like a fritatta.

    September 19, 2013 at 11:27 am |
    • Jdizzle McHammerpants ♫♫

      akuna matata?

      September 19, 2013 at 11:29 am |
      • Truth™@JDizz

        It means no worries, for the rest of your days...

        September 19, 2013 at 12:41 pm |
        • S. Narky

          I have a problem with your philosophy......

          September 22, 2013 at 12:26 am |
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