One of the most influential chefs in the world, Anthony Bourdain was a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America. Over the years, Bourdain's approach to his shows became less about what he was going to eat and more about who he was going to meet. Bourdain also said in an interview with People Magazine last month that he'd like to continue working for the rest of his life, saying retirement was not for him.
"It is with great respect for the leader, the author, the TV entertainer, the visionary Anthony Bourdain that I express all my condolences to his family and to the anonymous people around the world who he made dream so much", Nasti said in a statement Saturday. "My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones".
Potee, a family physician and addiction specialist, remembers him being very respectful of kitchen staff but his producers being very protective of his privacy, which led her to believe that he was actually an introvert in an extrovert's profession - a hard thing to pull off.
But to locals, he was (the other) Tony from New Jersey. "'Write this down: I'm a fuckin' feminist'".
Westchester's food industry responds to the sudden death of one of its most well-known personalities.
Originally published on 20th May 2000, "Kitchen Confidential: Adventures In The Culinary Underbelly" is one of Anthony Bourdain's best-selling non-fiction books.
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Curry agreed with James, alluding to what his team did last season after winning the National Basketball Association title. But he adds: "If they don't want to be here, I don't want them".
Widely loved and rarely afraid to speak his mind, he mixed a coarseness and whimsical sense of adventurousness, true to the rock "n" roll music he loved.
Bourdain was born in New York City and was raised in Leonia, New Jersey.
"Every time the show airs we get an influx of visitors from the USA and other parts of Canada", he said. He said he liked the restaurant business the way it was. Yet there was more than a sense of wistfulness about times gone by.
Taking even a cursory glance around the internet in the wake of Bourdain's sudden death proves that we're far from the only ones who feel this way about how he approached his work.
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As part of his Emmy Award-winning show, which premiered in 2013, Bourdain traveled the world, uncovering lesser-known cuisines in unique parts of the world.