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While Anthony Bourdain may refuse to eat airplane food, the professional traveler is an expert on which airports offer the best meals.
The No Reservations and Parts Unknown host said the airport in Singapore has the highest quality food in an interview with The New York Times.
“Probably Changi Airport in Singapore has the best food; it has a hawker center for the employees that’s open to the public,” he said.
Bourdain is also a fan of the sushi and egg salad sandwiches in Tokyo’s airport.
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For the average American diner, the idea of eating raw chicken—with its inherent risk of salmonella poisoning—is a nightmarish prospect. But for chef Marc Murphy, chicken sashimi is the stuff (Twitter) dreams are made of.
On Tuesday, the celebrity chef took to the social media platform to proclaim his love for chicken sashimi, raising questions with other users over whether this mythical food actually exists—and, if it does, whether it’s actually safe to eat.
Chicken sashimi it was delicious pic.twitter.com/ulUiGx4HcM
— marc murphy (@chefmarcmurphy) January 24, 2017
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