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It’s been 15 months since the sad and sudden death of Anthony Bourdain. Now you can own his fancy knives and artwork, and much more.
It turned out to be a love letter to the Lower East Side, with lots of interviews with his friends, peers and heroes from the late '70s/early '80s.
This year's fest will include the world premiere of the first episode of season 12 of CNN’s 'Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown' with Bourdain and W. Kamau Bell in Kenya; it was apparently the final episode finished with Bourdain’s full involvement, and the last to feature his narration.
The mural is now up on Delancey Street.
For chefs and cooks, talking about mental health was almost always taboo, but that attitude is slowly changing.
The two restaurants were covered in handwritten notes and flowers.
His intoxicating tales of the intense, debauched life in NYC restaurant kitchens turned the chef into a global sensation.
On their quest to make the topic of food waste sexy, Anthony Bourdain and Danny Bowien's talked about their new film and how you can avoid wasting perfectly good food.
The chef and TV host is the executive producer Wasted! The Story Of Food Waste, a documentary film on the subject that premiered at this year's Tribeca Film Festival.
On his latest episode of CNN's 'Parts Unknown,' travel enthusiast Anthony Bourdain journeyed across the East River to the myriad flavors and ethnic communities of Queens, where "every stop can seem like another country, another region."
The site offers guides to cities the TV host has traveled to on his show Parts Unknown, with video clips, essays and fact sheets about each.
The sprawling profile, which is worth a read in its entirety, digs into everything from Bourdain's largely stationary childhood in New Jersey to his wild druggie days.
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