Warning: this video is not suitable for minors or those offended by mentions of narcotics and foods made of animal genitals.
But if you are a fan of Anthony Bourdain or Andrew Zimmern, this one is right up your alley.
Bourdain took the stage at the South Beach Wine & Food Festival the other day and unveiled a new act in which he invited audience members to spin a wheel to determine which topic he would discuss. When a full-bellied fellow staggered up to the stage and spun, the wheel landed on "D**k Joke/Poop Joke."
The topic prompted Bourdain to start talking about Andrew Zimmern, whose show "Bizarre Foods" appears on Travel Channel along with Bourdain's "No Reservations."
"Something you need to know about Andrew and the reason I respect him a lot is we have a lot in common," Bourdain began. Zimmern happened to be standing nearby and, unbidden, hopped up on stage to join Bourdain. This did not stop Bourdain from continuing his rant, noting that he and Zimmern had both gone to Vasser and had both attended the Culinary Institute of America.
Bourdain also pointed out: "Andrew was a chef. I was a chef. I had serious problems with narcotics and dangerous drugs in the 80s. So did Andrew."
After Bourdain, holding a can of Pabst, pointed out that Zimmern no longer drinks, he said he doesn't know how the "Bizzare Foods" host does it, especially after eating meals made of "d**k" so often.
"I will tell you this from personal experience," Bourdain said. "After you've polished off that big plate of recently plucked tree grubs for dinner and you know you're waking up to a big plate a nut sack, c'mon, alcohol helps."
Read about Anthony Bourdain's trip to Haiti (with Sean Penn!) at The Huffington Post.
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