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Anthony Bourdain remembered by Mark Lanegan | Food | The Guardian
25 June 1956 - 8 June 2018
The musician remembers his friend, the charismatic chef, author and presenter who was as warm and enthusiastic in private as he was on screen
Mark Lanegan
Sun 16 Dec 2018 03.00 EST Last modified on Tue 18 Dec 2018 05.51 EST
It broke my heart when Tony died. I loved so much about him. His obvious love for life and for people. His balls-out willingness to do whatever was put in front of him. He was ultra-charismatic on television, in his writing, and in person, but totally down to earth with everybody he met. I was a fan for years before we became friends. He seemed like someone who would be great to hang out with. And so it turned out.
I first came across Tony watching his shows on the Travel Channel [No Reservations and The Layover]. Then I got Kitchen Confidential [his 2000 bestseller about working in New York kitchens] and just loved it. A few years later, he got to know Queens of the Stone Age, but I had left the band as a full-time member by that point. The guys had heard he was in town, invited him to a show, and they just hit it off. He had such a great sense of humour. He got them to play Christmas songs in Christmas jumpers on his show. After that, Josh [Homme, Queens of the Stone Age frontman] introduced Tony to my music. He got into it pretty heavily, which I heard about. I found it unbelievably gratifying.
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15 days ago by rgl7194
The consequences of NYC's gentrification
Anthony Bourdain speaks with Lower East Side resident on citizens no longer able to pull themselves up by bootstraps anymore in 57-second video
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18 days ago by gorillaBraun
How Anthony Bourdain Became the Food TV Star of a Generation - The Ringer
Eventually, Brigden realized that he didn’t need Bourdain’s feedback. “His parting gift to me and to everyone, I think, was that he made us better filmmakers,” he said. “And after almost 10 years of working with him, and his guidance, I think he will never leave me. That compass that he set for me will always be with me.”
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23 days ago by evilsofa
10 Chefs on the Incredible Impact of Anthony Bourdain - Vogue
It's what I've always loved about him—he asks the questions that others are afraid to ask, in an honest and genuine way. And always in hopes of changing and challenging things for the better. He did that for me. Thank you, Tony.
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26 days ago by evilsofa
How Anthony Bourdain Became the Food TV Star of a Generation - The Ringer
“I think Tony died of a broken heart,” she said, echoing chef and friend Daniel Boulud’s thoughts. “I do. I think we all know it. And we saw it and we felt it very, very deeply that he was in the midst of something that was not good for him and it ultimately just crushed his heart, I think. That’s really what happened.”
4 weeks ago by noodlepie
Anthony Bourdain remembered by Mark Lanegan | Food | The Guardian
Tony was a light. A really important voice for the positivity of exploring different cultures all over the world. He’s someone we really need now, especially in a country where our shambles of a president wants to vilify people of colour and stoke the fires of the ignorant. We need more people like Tony. He made the world a better place.
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4 weeks ago by noodlepie
Vietnam – Explore Parts Unknown
The homepage for all things Bourdain Parts Unknown in Vietnam.
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6 weeks ago by noodlepie
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’s Wrenching Finale Tried to Embrace a Memory | Vanity Fair
Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown’s Wrenching Finale Tried to Embrace a Memory
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9 weeks ago by gdw

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