‘What makes you happy?’’ This was the first question the late chef, journalist and story teller Anthony Bourdain would ask the cooks and chefs he interviewed for his TV programmes in far flung places like Myanmar, India and Japan. After asking ‘‘What do you like to eat?’’ and ‘‘What do you like to cook?’’ he would taste the exotic specialities (some very unusual) and then cook them himself. These adventures in extreme cuisine brought him fame, wealth and popularity, but not enough lasting happiness — he committed suicide last week in a small hotel in France, while shooting an episode for his CNN show: Parts Unknown. Happiness is an important factor when I choose a restaurant or fast food outlet…