Anthony Bourdain is a man of words, and when those words are designated for say, Guy Fieri, or a Chicken Caesar Salad, they get heated. The latter is just one of Bourdain's examples of "crimes against food," a list of offensive culinary ideas you definitely don't want to commit. At least, not in front of Bourdain.
The TV host published his "Crimes Against Food" list on the List app, and it's filled with harsh, often sexually tinged words for truffle oil (lube) and Kobe Meatballs (indicator of small penis). But for any of this to make sense, you really need to read the list yourself.
Without further ado:
Bourdain's Crimes Against Food
1. The Brioche Hamburger Bun: "The hamburger bun is designed to ABSORB grease, not add greasiness to the experience. A proper hamburger bun should retain its structural integrity, playing its role as delivery vehicle for the meat patty until the last bite. The brioche bun, woefully unsuitable for this role, crumbles. God is against the brioche bun."