'I haven't got a type, if the energy's right when you meet somebody, they could have a bald head, you know?
I'm not bothered in the end, it's the personality that counts.'As Eve nipped to the toilet, she explained to the cameras that her condition had been 'really hard' growing up and she found it difficult to trust male intentions.
While Bourdain’s fame and TV shows have allowed him to meet many of his personal industry heroes, he has also famously, clashed with big-name food celebs like Guy Fieri and Martha Stewart.
When asked if there are any major stars who he thinks gets it right, he did come up with one name after a long pause: Ina Garten.
When the pair met after their date, Jordan shared how keen he was to see Eve again.
Join us and receive access UP TO 10 VOYEUR SECTIONS on the site instantly!His most recent episode, with Dominique Ansel, gives a rare glimpse into Bourdain's appreciation for the sweeter side of life.We took the opportunity to ask about some of his iconic popular (or unpopular) opinions, a few of which may have even shifted a little throughout the years.He says he’s not “a sweets guy,” so it takes something “extraordinary” like the the things that Ansel creates to grab his attention.“A lot of people will come and eat your freakish, Instagrammable food, but will they keep coming back? Everybody wanted a picture of themselves with a cronut…but at the end of the day its actually quite delicious The quality is there, you’ll want another one," he says) and the frozen s’mores, which he calls “genius.” Aside from that, however, he enjoys “antique and unloved” desserts from classic French cooking, like tableside Crepe Suzette or Ouef A La Neige, a floating island of meringue in a sea of crème anglaise. He finally says that when it comes to the more quotidian sweets, he will swipe a peanut butter cup from his daughter's Halloween haul, though few others will tempt him.