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Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations: Rome

K K | Aug 16, 201011:50 PM     89

Not bad, one of the better and more tolerable episodes so far, but the black and white was horrible. Hope they re-broadcast in full color.

I wonder if the "un-named" places were not disclosed on purpose, or to take the piss out of the exclusivity, or they worry that too much exposure would lower the quality. Who knows.

Loved that Tony's wife bagged on him.

The over-emphasis of "eating what's in season" degrades the intelligence of the viewers. It's common sense and part of the old world culture. What is so superior about the way of life of others, eating the seasons and local and fresh, that is overly deemed as exotic?

Cesare Casella packed on lotta pounds since Tuscany and Food Porn 2! Always a good show when he's around. Delicious looking ox tails, cheese, and pasta. No gelati, no coffee.....

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