When Anthony Bourdain Rediscovered His Early Life in Greece (video)



A hilarious clip of Anthony Bourdain’s travels in Greece has come to light, revealing how he viewed his first 30 years of his life.

Bourdain was visiting a pastry shop on the island of Crete when he came across a collage of some apparently weird photos on the shop wall.

He naturally inquired what a packet of cigarettes was doing next to candy.

He was told it was basically an anti-smoking collage, equating cigarettes to drugs and calling for people to suck candies instead.

His response:

It’s a sort of a collage of the first thirty years of my life, the eccentric chef said.

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