Tag: the-new-yorker

  • What I saw this week #59: August 23, 2019

    At this point, the WISTW posts are woefully inaccurately titled and inconsistent in their schedule. The following are a few things I’ve seen recently that you may enjoy – but were certainly not just from this week. Now, to think about what to rename this series of occasional links.

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  • Don’t die before reading this

    Anthony Bourdain, in 1999, writing for The New Yorker: I’ve been a chef in New York for more than ten years, and, for the decade before that, a dishwasher, a prep drone, a line cook, and a sous-chef. I came into the business when cooks still smoked on the line and wore headbands. A few…

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