Although being Anthony Bourdain's assistant was not exactly the type of work Laurie Woolever had been seeking, she ended up checking her ego and accepting the job. Woolever would end up being much more than Bourdain's assistant as the two co-authored his last cookbook and had other writing projects in the works.


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