Watch The Mind of a Chef, the Unconventional Travel-Cooking Show Online (for a Limited Time)

Earlier this month, PBS premiered The Mind of a Chef, a 16-episode series that features narrator Anthony Bourdain taking viewers inside the mind of the award-winning Korean-American chef David Chang. In the series premiere above, David “dissects the roots of his passion for ramen dishes and tsukemen on a trip to Japan,” giving you an overview of the famous noodle and taking you right to a ramen factory. If the first episode, um, whets your appetite, then you’ll want to spend time with nine other episodes from the series. They’re now posted online for a limited time, courtesy of PBS, and they each run about 20 minutes. But don’t dilly dally, some will go offline on November 30.

via Kottke

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