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The flavors of Burma

Published 2:59 PM ET, Fri April 5, 2013
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Vendors hawk vibrant produce at open-air markets. Josh Ferrell
A fish vendor pauses to enjoy a meal in the middle of her workday. Zero Point Zero
In addition to vegetables, meat and fish, vendors also sell spices, roots, herbs and household items. Zero Point Zero
Tea shops are an integral part of daily life across Burma. Zero Point Zero
A cook prepares great quantities of snacks at a tea shop. Josh Ferrell
A worker washes dishes in the back of the curry stand, Sarabha, in Old Bagan. Zero Point Zero
A chef cooks in the back of the curry stand, Sarabha, in Old Bagan. Zero Point Zero
Anthony Bourdain waits for the bus during rush hour in Yangon. Zero Point Zero
Anthony Bourdain tries the chicken curry at Sarabha, in Old Bagan. Zero Point Zero
Purple Thai eggplant and Thai cucumbers at the curry stand, Sarabha, in Old Bagan Josh Ferrell