We're pretty sure Anthony Bourdain and David Chang have grown a few extra hands -- that is the only way to explain how they can stir so many pots at once. Up next for this insanely productive duo: a new PBS show called "The Mind of A Chef."
Premiering November 9th, the show -- which is narrated by Bourdain and produced by "No Reservations" alums Zero Point Zero -- follows Momofuku Chef and Emperor David Chang around for food, travel and (we can only assume) a small amount of booze-fueled hijinx. We have officially lost track of how many projects Bourdain is working on -- between a foray into the graphic novel business, a show with Nigella Lawson, his upcoming CNN show -- all we know is that Zach Zamboni must be very tired.
We're pretty excited that Bourdain specifies that Season One will revolve around Chang's brain. Does that mean there is already a Season Two in the works? Does it mean we'll get to invade another chef's mind? We'll keep our fingers crossed that Romney won't get the opportunity to axe PBS's funding just for this.
Check out full episode descriptions for Season One on Eater.
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