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ANTHONY BOURDAIN: Passionate “rockstar” celebrity chef, renowned author, esteemed television personality, and more importantly, inspiring travel documentarian.
In his lifetime, he taught us about cultural differences and impacts, shared narratives that were raw and real, showed us how to eat, and wrote beautifully about his experiences at various destinations around the globe.
Anthony, Bourdain or as he would prefer, Tony, changed the world of food and travel.
Last Friday, the American celebrity chef wasin France, where he was working on an upcoming episode of his award-winning series, Parts Unknown. News of his death sent TV viewers and fans around the world reeling from shock.
“..you feel immediately gutted, like someone has blown a hole not just in your stomach, but through your entire being,” wrote Sam Slaughter of.
But very quickly, tributes began to pour in. A testament of how much he was loved by all.
Anthony Bourdain and Mario Batali take a selfie at The (RED) Supper on June 2, 2016 in New York City. Source: Noam Galai/Getty Images/AFP.
“His love of great adventure, new friends, fine food and drink and the remarkable stories of the world made him a unique storyteller. His talents never ceased to amaze us and we will miss him very much,”, which airs Parts Unknown, said in a statement.
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper paidto his friend, saying, “He gave me hope” before airing an hour-long memoriam that showed clips from Bourdain’s shows and friends sharing their memories of the television personality.
“Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer.” This is how I’ll remember Tony. He taught us about food — but more importantly, about its ability to bring us together. To make us a little less afraid of the unknown. We’ll miss him. pic.twitter.com/orEXIaEMZM
“Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer.” This is how I’ll remember Tony. He taught us about food — but more importantly, about its ability to bring us together. To make us a little less afraid of the unknown. We’ll miss him. pic.twitter.com/orEXIaEMZM— Barack Obama (@BarackObama) June 8, 2018
A makeshift memorial outside Brasserie Les Halles in New York City for the late celebrity chef and author Anthony Bourdain. He worked here in the ’90s. The location closed in 2016. Source: Shutterstock.
Although he has gone where we can’t follow, he certainly will never be forgotten. He was everyone’s friend, someone we followed as he traveled across the globe. And his legacy is one that would be hard to erase.
So here are 10 Anthony Bourdain quotes to inspire your next travel:
“Without experimentation, a willingness to ask questions and try new things, we shall surely become static, repetitive, and moribund.” – from Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook.
“If I’m an advocate for anything, it’s to move. As far as you can, as much as you can. Across the ocean, or simply across the river. Walk in someone else’s shoes or at least eat their food. It’s a plus for everybody. Open your mind, get up off the couch, move.”
“If you’re twenty-two, physically fit, hungry to learn and be better, I urge you to travel – as far and as widely as possible. Sleep on floors if you have to. Find out how other people live and eat and cook. Learn from them – wherever you go.” – from Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook.
Anthony Bourdain doing what he does best – chowing down while traveling. Source: Giphy.
“Travel isn’t always pretty. It isn’t always comfortable. Sometimes it hurts, it even breaks your heart. But that’s okay. The journey changes you; it should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, on your consciousness, on your heart, and on your body. You take something with you. Hopefully, you leave something good behind.”- from No Reservations: Around the World on an Empty Stomach.
“I’m a big believer in winging it. I’m a big believer that you’re never going to find perfect city travel experience or the perfect meal without a constant willingness to experience a bad one. Letting the happy accident happen is what a lot of vacation itineraries miss, I think, and I’m always trying to push people to allow those things to happen rather than stick to some rigid itinerary.”
“Travel changes you. As you move through this life and this world you change things slightly, you leave marks behind, however small. And in return, life – and travel – leaves marks on you. Most of the time, those marks – on your body or on your heart – are beautiful. Often, though, they hurt.” – from The Nasty Bits: Collected Varietal Cuts, Usable Trim, Scraps, and Bones.
Anthony Bourdain speaks at the Treme, The Heart Of New Orleans dinner on Feb 22, 2014, in Miami Beach, Florida. Source: Dylan Rives/Getty Images for Food Network SoBe Wine & Food Festival/AFP.
“It seems that the more places I see and experience, the bigger I realize the world to be. The more I become aware of, the more I realize how relatively little I know of it, how many places I have still to go, how much more there is to learn. Maybe that’s enlightenment enough – to know that there is no final resting place of the mind, no moment of smug clarity. Perhaps wisdom, at least for me, means realizing how small I am, and unwise, and how far I have yet to go.” – from No Reservations Season 2 Episode 3 (Peru).
“I learned a long time ago that trying to micromanage the perfect vacation is always a disaster. That leads to terrible times.”
“The journey changes you. It should change you. It leaves marks on your memory, your consciousness, your heart and on your body. You take something with you and, hopefully, you leave something good behind.” – from No Reservations Season 1 Episode 5 (Malaysia: Into the Jungle).
Anthony Bourdain attends The Inaugural World Street Food Congress 2013 at Spice Market in New York City. Source: AFP PHOTO/GETTY IMAGES NORTH AMERICA/Michael loccisano.
“It’s been an adventure. We took some casualties over the years. Things got broken. Things got lost. But I wouldn’t have missed it for the world.” – from Kitchen Confidential.
Thank you, Tony. Rest in peace. We’ll miss you.
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