Anthony Bourdain has his finger on the pulse of food pretty much worldwide. He's traveled so much and met so many people that he has a really broad base of knowledge of food and culture. He was recently interviewed by Eater, a website that is pretty much everything I wish this were if I had a board of directors and a journalism and web background and lots of seed money, but it's just a hobby, so it's a sloppy blog. Oh well.
He talks about trends in restaurants and the current food and chef culture in a way that I haven't read before, hipsters, snobby food critics' loss of influence, and Marilyn Hagerty's infamous Olive Garden review. Great interview. Read it here.