Anthony Bourdain Remembered

Anthony Bourdain Remembered By CNN, Anthony Bourdain Remembered A moving and insightful collection of quotes memories and images celebrating the life of Anthony Bourdain When Anthony Bourdain died in June the outpouring of grief from his fans around the wo
  • Title: Anthony Bourdain Remembered
  • Author: CNN
  • ISBN: 0062956582
  • Page: 220
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  • Anthony Bourdain Remembered By CNN, A moving and insightful collection of quotes, memories, and images celebrating the life of Anthony Bourdain When Anthony Bourdain died in June 2018, the outpouring of grief from his fans around the world was momentous The tributes spoke to his legacy That the world is much smaller than we imagine and people are alike than they are different As Bourdain had once sai A moving and insightful collection of quotes, memories, and images celebrating the life of Anthony Bourdain When Anthony Bourdain died in June 2018, the outpouring of grief from his fans around the world was momentous The tributes spoke to his legacy That the world is much smaller than we imagine and people are alike than they are different As Bourdain had once said, If I m an advocate of anything, it s to move Walk in someone else s shoes or at least eat their food Remembering Anthony Bourdain brings together memories and stories from fans reminiscing about Bourdain s unique achievements and his enduring effect on their lives as well as comments from chefs, journalists, filmmakers, musicians, and writers inspired by Tony including Barack Obama, Daniel Boulud, Jill Filipovic, Ken Burns, Questlove, and Jos Andr s, among many others.These remembrances give us a glimpse of Tony s widespread impact through his political and social commitments his dedication to travel and eating well and widely and his love of the written word, along with his deep compassion, open mindedness, and interest in lives different from his own.Remembering Anthony Bourdain captures Tony s inimitable spirit and passion in the words of his closest friends and colleagues as well as some of his most devoted fans Get A Copy StoresAudibleBarnes NobleWalmart eBooksApple BooksGoogle PlayAbebooksBook DepositoryAlibrisIndigoBetter World BooksIndieBoundLibraries Hardcover, 208 pages Published May 28th 2019 by Ecco More Details ISBN 0062956582 ISBN13 9780062956583 Other Editions None found All Editions Add a New Edition Combine Less Detail Edit Details Friend Reviews To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up Reader QA To ask other readers questions about Anthony Bourdain Remembered, please sign up

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    Lists with This Book Still to come in 2019 125 books 27 voters More lists with this book Community Reviews Showing 1 30 4.56 Rating details 308 ratings 86 reviews All LanguagesEnglish 86 More filters Sort order Jun 08, 2019 Toni rated it it was amazing Beautiful photos with quotes from friends and strangers alike, of how Bourdain touched their lives in many ways The best were from line cooks, students, people in kitchens everywhere, expressing how Anthony inspired them to do with their lives, careers, etc Many to step out of their comfort zones to travel, or just meet new people and try new things CNN said they had set up social media site for people to leave messages to express their condolences and were blown away by the thousands of Beautiful photos with quotes from friends and strangers alike, of how Bourdain touched their lives in many ways The best were from line cooks, students, people in kitchens everywhere, expressing how Anthony inspired them to do with their lives, careers, etc Many to step out of their comfort zones to travel, or just meet new people and try new things CNN said they had set up social media site for people to leave messages to express their condolences and were blown away by the thousands of global responses they had Thus, this delightful yet emotional book I understand privacy for his family but I don t understand why he did it Everything seemed great, everyone loved him, but we never really know what s inside a person RIP Anthony Bourdain If you were a fan, I recommend this book a great tribute flag 15 likesLike see review View all 3 comments Apr 27, 2019 Waleska Wally rated it it was amazing Shelves travel, non fiction, netgalley publisher arc, photography I miss Anthony Bourdain Yes, that is right I , do miss Anthony Bourdain.I never met him personally or even saw him in RL from afar but I knew him He came to my house, to my living room every week and showed me the world People, culture , food and places that open my eyes and heart Anthony was a communicator , provocateur and humanist His empathy and curious nature let him experience and see the world as few do and in those places he met and touch lot of people hearts And when he died I miss Anthony Bourdain Yes, that is right I , do miss Anthony Bourdain.I never met him personally or even saw him in RL from afar but I knew him He came to my house, to my living room every week and showed me the world People, culture , food and places that open my eyes and heart Anthony was a communicator , provocateur and humanist His empathy and curious nature let him experience and see the world as few do and in those places he met and touch lot of people hearts And when he died , we all felt it We lost a friend and through social media , people all over the world shared the impact he had in their lives And we all saw, how far and wide the Anthony effect went This book is poignant and thoughtful collection of quotes, vignettes , memories and pictures commemorating and remembering the life of Anthony Bourdain I Love this Book I received an ARC of this book from the publisher through NetGalley for my honest review flag 7 likesLike see review May 05, 2019 Katie Peach rated it it was amazing Shelves netgalley Anthony Bourdain taught us to try new foods, to explore off the beaten path, and to get to know people on our travels He inspired us to be better and open minded people and showed us that people are around the world aren t so different Anthony Bourdain Remembered is a wonderful collection of stories and quotes from those who knew him and those who didn t but were still greatly impacted by him Each story managed to capture how I felt as I watched No Reservations or Parts Unknown This is Anthony Bourdain taught us to try new foods, to explore off the beaten path, and to get to know people on our travels He inspired us to be better and open minded people and showed us that people are around the world aren t so different Anthony Bourdain Remembered is a wonderful collection of stories and quotes from those who knew him and those who didn t but were still greatly impacted by him Each story managed to capture how I felt as I watched No Reservations or Parts Unknown This is an excellent tribute to someone who is missed so much by people around the world I received and eARC from the publisher via Netgalley flag 7 likesLike see review Apr 02, 2019 Joe Jones rated it it was amazing Shelves non fiction, travel, photography, inspirational Many of us fans were shocked at his suicide and still cannot process it Here we get quotes from famous and regular fans of his about what he meant to them and in essence to all of us There is also some great photos of Tony on his travels making this a must read for fans flag 5 likesLike see review View 1 comment Jun 23, 2019 AndrewP rated it really liked it Shelves library, read in 2019, non fiction This is a tribute photo book of some of the best quotes and dedications that came in to the web page that CNN setup shortly after Anthony s death Some of them witty, some sad but always dedicated to the man who combined food and journalism in such an amazing way To me it seems that Bourdain was a troubled misfit individual that never really understood how much he was loved RIP Tony, you are sorely missed.My favorite quote from the whole book is this one Tony s restless spirit will roam the This is a tribute photo book of some of the best quotes and dedications that came in to the web page that CNN setup shortly after Anthony s death Some of them witty, some sad but always dedicated to the man who combined food and journalism in such an amazing way To me it seems that Bourdain was a troubled misfit individual that never really understood how much he was loved RIP Tony, you are sorely missed.My favorite quote from the whole book is this one Tony s restless spirit will roam the earth in search of justice, truth and a great bowl of noodles Tom Colicchio, chef and author flag 3 likesLike see review Jun 17, 2019 Shannon rated it it was amazing Shelves feast for the eyes, non fiction, nom nom nonfiction Beautiful photographs tributes to one of the coolest guys to ever live He changed how I look at food, eating, cooking I will continue to revisit his books shows for inspiration I hope he is never forgotten flag 3 likesLike see review Jun 26, 2019 Stephanie Strazzybooks rated it it was amazing Amazing, beautiful This book is everything for fans and a wonderful introduction for others It is immensely quotable, relatable, and magical Fans and friends share their experiences with Bourdain and how he has changed their lives Food and travel are important parts of this book, but it s really all about humanity, empathy, understanding, and forming connections with no boundaries physical or otherwise My husband and I keep it readily accessible around the house, to continuously flip thro Amazing, beautiful This book is everything for fans and a wonderful introduction for others It is immensely quotable, relatable, and magical Fans and friends share their experiences with Bourdain and how he has changed their lives Food and travel are important parts of this book, but it s really all about humanity, empathy, understanding, and forming connections with no boundaries physical or otherwise My husband and I keep it readily accessible around the house, to continuously flip through Opening this book takes you to many places in the world and within yourself Highly recommended to everyone flag 4 likesLike see review Jul 18, 2019 Angel rated it really liked it Shelves foods and epicurious, art and photography Quick impressions Great photography Some of the comments by people who knew and worked with him were good The rest of the notes gathered from social media just get a bit much at times Some are moving, but overall they get repetitive As I said, the highlight of the book is really the photography And like so many others, I do miss the man who showed us so much I will have a full review in my blog later flag 2 likesLike see review Jul 04, 2019 Carmen rated it it was amazing A beautiful retrospect on his influence on ordinary people peppered with celebrities anecdotes flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 30, 2019 Robin rated it it was amazing Shelves 2019 pub, kindle drc, memoir autobio, food nonfiction, 2019 may Beautiful and moving tribute to a fascinating man flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 25, 2019 Sheri rated it it was amazing Shelves bio memoir, nonfiction This was an endearing and lovingly compiled book honoring Anthony Bourdain s legacy in the world of food and culture It was nice to see how many lives Bourdain touched with his books, shows, and essays, clearly reaching a number of chefs, restaurant workers, self proclaimed foodies, and armchair travelers alike The photos on every page were fantastic, capturing Bourdain with his many breakfast, lunch, and dinner dates from all over the world This compilation of memories reminded me of just ho This was an endearing and lovingly compiled book honoring Anthony Bourdain s legacy in the world of food and culture It was nice to see how many lives Bourdain touched with his books, shows, and essays, clearly reaching a number of chefs, restaurant workers, self proclaimed foodies, and armchair travelers alike The photos on every page were fantastic, capturing Bourdain with his many breakfast, lunch, and dinner dates from all over the world This compilation of memories reminded me of just how much this person has been and will continue to be missed flag 2 likesLike see review Jun 18, 2019 angelofmine1974 rated it it was amazing I cried This was such a beautiful book and a wonderful rememberance to a great man and chef The book consists of how Anthony Bourdain affected people s lives Ordinary people such as ourselves, chefs, journalists, musicians,etc Wonderful photography I loved Tony since the beginning and watched all his shows and read 98% of his books I was lucky enough to see him live with Eric Ripert a few years ago Before my father passed away, him and I used to watch the show all the time So of course r I cried This was such a beautiful book and a wonderful rememberance to a great man and chef The book consists of how Anthony Bourdain affected people s lives Ordinary people such as ourselves, chefs, journalists, musicians,etc Wonderful photography I loved Tony since the beginning and watched all his shows and read 98% of his books I was lucky enough to see him live with Eric Ripert a few years ago Before my father passed away, him and I used to watch the show all the time So of course reading about the memories people had of him, teared me up I got to travel the world with him from the comfort of my home and learned about new food He showed me Pho and I loved it since the first time I tried it I ve learned so much about different goverments, politics and wordly cultures than I could from a history book or class A must recommend read for any fan flag 2 likesLike see review May 30, 2019 Wendy rated it really liked it This book is both nothing and nothing less than a hardcover, heavily illustrated 208 page sympathy card for fans of chef and rebel food journalist Antony Bourdain Beautiful, staged still photos record his many international journeys while hosting CNN s food documentary series Parts Unknown Completing each page are a handful of the the hundreds of thoughtful social media posts made at his sudden death in 2018 If you ve read his books or caught his television series, you already know th This book is both nothing and nothing less than a hardcover, heavily illustrated 208 page sympathy card for fans of chef and rebel food journalist Antony Bourdain Beautiful, staged still photos record his many international journeys while hosting CNN s food documentary series Parts Unknown Completing each page are a handful of the the hundreds of thoughtful social media posts made at his sudden death in 2018 If you ve read his books or caught his television series, you already know the mantra he celebrated in his work if I m an advocated for anything, its to move walk in someone else s shoes or at least eat their food Always presented celebrating the shared humanity behind every delicious or sometimes repulsive morsel, Bourdain is well and lovingly remembered here Certainly worthwhile for his fans, as well as for those wishing to learn about an absolute game changing personality flag 2 likesLike see review May 17, 2019 Matthew Gilman rated it it was amazing This book made me cry like the moment I heard he had died While flipping through the pages and seeing all the beautiful things people had to say about him I realized this might be the funeral the public needs to close this chapter for a man and a career we all loved This might be the final chapter, the final episode of Parts Unknown and what a trip it has been flag 2 likesLike see review Apr 26, 2019 Kristen rated it it was amazing Shelves non fiction, travel, biography, arcs, food writing, 2019 Sometimes when I cook, I have the voice of chef Anne Burrell in my head, telling me I m using my knife wrong or I need to do something differently Over the years, though, another voice has been added to hers, overwriting it to tell me that it doesn t matter if I do it perfectly so long as I m trying something new, and screwups are good Screwups and bouncing back from screwups help you conquer fear Do not be afraid Les Halles As long as my mise en place is in order and it had bette Sometimes when I cook, I have the voice of chef Anne Burrell in my head, telling me I m using my knife wrong or I need to do something differently Over the years, though, another voice has been added to hers, overwriting it to tell me that it doesn t matter if I do it perfectly so long as I m trying something new, and screwups are good Screwups and bouncing back from screwups help you conquer fear Do not be afraid Les Halles As long as my mise en place is in order and it had better be or he will yell at me , then everything will be fine That distinctive voice belongs to Anthony Bourdain.Probably it s not normal to have the voices of anyone in your head, but I ve always been one to have conversations with people I only meet in books, or on TV, or from studying history I m not ashamed to admit that some of the best life lessons were ones I ve received from people I ve never met in person, some of them fictional This is far a tribute to him than is it a book review, so I am going to talk about the late, greatly missed Tony Bourdain From Tony, watching his shows and reading his books, I ve learned so many things Now I know that you should always try a dish twice in case it wasn t prepared well the first time Borders don t matter because we have far similarities than differences You ll never know what you like until you try it The one truly universal connection between people is food and breaking bread together over a meal, prepared with love and served in a spirit of generosity and openness, is something that transcends religion and politics and language Traveling to new places and seeing how people in different cultures live is something everyone should do there is no education in any hallowed institution on earth that can compare with this.Most of us never got to meet Tony in real life nevertheless, he had a tremendous impact on our lives all the same I never met him, but that doesn t change the fact that I look up to him as a mentor, or that his death left a wound that will always be tender I know this isn t how depression works, but I can t help but wonder if he knew how very many people would be affected by his death, if it would have made a difference Probably not I ll save my rant about the need for better mental health care for a appropriate place.As I said, I never got the chance to meet Tony in person The closest I ever got was a random encounter in London, on opposite sides of a busy street in Soho That sardonic smile was plainly visible through traffic and crowds and will be a sight I ll cherish dearly Nevertheless, I can say that I feel lucky that I was alive and shared the earth at the same time he did I think the best way to remember him will be to try to approach life like he did with curiosity and openness and a hunger that can only be satiated by going and seeing and experiencing it for myself.This book is a collection of memories, left by people who feel as I do This is not great literature It isn t going to move mountains or bring about world peace It is simply the heartfelt notes of people given in their grief to express a love for a deeply flawed, deeply compassionate, curious, creative, soulful man, someone who touched us all profoundly in some way, and whose loss we feel acutely People who also learned from Tony that there is less to fear about the world than we think or that we should listen, rather than speak We know, because of him, that it is a privilege to sit at someone s table and that we should go to the place Eat the thing Talk to the person When we travel, he taught us how to be less of an observer and of a participant , that we should offend no one, appreciate the simplest things, and absorb it all , that food was a tool through which to understand a place, to broaden your own understanding of the world , and that there is beauty in the sad, and the poignant, and even in the mundane, every day He taught us new ways to see, how to be better listeners, and how to find the interesting experiences I think he d get a kick out of one comment in particular, written by Amy P, who said, Tripe I didn t enjoy it, but Tony was 100 percent the reason I tried it Yes, girl I have tried things, culinary and otherwise, that I never would have thought to do because of something I learned from Tony Just try the food If you don t like it, then try it again somewhere else, in case the first time wasn t the best If you don t like it after that, well, at least you tried it But then again, you may discover your new favorite food You might learn about your new favorite activity I learned about black pudding in London s old east end butcher district, and the next time I am there, I m absolutely going to try some, because that s what Tony would do Because the real lesson he left us with is not to be afraid Go out and try things and see where they take you Travel isn t often pretty It isn t often 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 body You take something with you Hopefully, you leave something good behind No Reservations Anthony Bourdain left something good behind, and his presence will continue to be missed Let s all go out, have an adventure, and make our own mark on the world Bourdain, Anthony Anthony Bourdain s Les Halles Cookbook Strategies, Recipes, and Technique of Classic Bistro Cooking New York Bloomsbury, 2004 No Reservations Around the World on an Empty Stomach. New York Bloomsbury, 2007 flag 1 likeLike see review Aug 02, 2019 Krista rated it it was amazing Travel isn t often pretty It isn t often 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 body You take something with you Hopefully, you leave something good behind Anthony BourdainThis collection of memories about Anthony Bourdain makes me realize the loss, the hole that s missing from the world now The hole isn t because he was a successful journalist, but because he was Travel isn t often pretty It isn t often 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 body You take something with you Hopefully, you leave something good behind Anthony BourdainThis collection of memories about Anthony Bourdain makes me realize the loss, the hole that s missing from the world now The hole isn t because he was a successful journalist, but because he was a genuinely good guy whose work connected people It urged them to be better, do better, and to listen flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 18, 2019 April Gray rated it it was amazing I m a casual fan of Anthony Bourdain I didn t watch Parts Unknown on a regular basis, but I always enjoyed it when I did After reading this book, I wish I d watched every episode Seeing this man through the eyes of the people whose lives he touched makes me wish I had known him This is a lovely, moving tribute to a good man, and I m glad that his estate decided to make it available publicly, as it was originally something CNN put together for his daughter AnthonyBourdainRemembered NetGall I m a casual fan of Anthony Bourdain I didn t watch Parts Unknown on a regular basis, but I always enjoyed it when I did After reading this book, I wish I d watched every episode Seeing this man through the eyes of the people whose lives he touched makes me wish I had known him This is a lovely, moving tribute to a good man, and I m glad that his estate decided to make it available publicly, as it was originally something CNN put together for his daughter AnthonyBourdainRemembered NetGalley flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 25, 2019 Katharine rated it it was amazing Visually beautiful, emotional tribute to a human I miss very much flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 17, 2019 Lisa Seter rated it really liked it Nice tribute flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 09, 2019 Ethnea Ferguson added it OK this will be a weird reviewfrom a photography perspective this is definitely a 5but I would say a 2from a content perspectiveOver 200 pages of glowing litanies to Anthony Bourdainnot to say that they are not well deservedbut did we need to read 200 of them I really would have enjoyed stories about his travels and experiences that he had filming all of these episodesepisodes gone wrongout takesfunny incidents insight into what he was doing feeli OK this will be a weird reviewfrom a photography perspective this is definitely a 5but I would say a 2from a content perspectiveOver 200 pages of glowing litanies to Anthony Bourdainnot to say that they are not well deservedbut did we need to read 200 of them I really would have enjoyed stories about his travels and experiences that he had filming all of these episodesepisodes gone wrongout takesfunny incidents insight into what he was doing feeling saying while filming all of this stuffdid they have travel glitches raw and uninviting accomodationsI wanted of what Anthony was experiencingand fewer accolades200 pages of accolades would have made Anthony Bourdain sickas it did me Uncle I m so glad I got it from the libraryrather than purchasing it flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 12, 2019 Laura Walsh rated it it was amazing If you ve been a fan, if you felt the huge loss, you must have this book Awesome compilation of photos from his travels and messages from friends and others that just loved him, that flooded the web after his untimely death just a bit over a year ago.I laughed and cried going through this treasure of a book flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 12, 2019 Jim rated it it was amazing Sadly, I had only started watching Anthony Bourdain on Parts Unknown a few months before he passed away but I was impressed by the way that he fully explored cultures and brought out interesting conversations while breaking bread with those he met This book is a love letter to the spirit that he brought to all his adventures I wish I had discovered him earlier but am continuing to play catch up and boy is it entertaining and enlightening It s a shame that he is gone flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 15, 2019 Meg rated it it was amazing Shelves non fic, food drink, autobiography memoir Man, I miss this dude He gave us than he could have ever known flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 09, 2019 Lindsay rated it it was amazing I loved all the beautiful photographs and tributes from everyday people around the world flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 08, 2019 Laura rated it it was amazing What a great rememberance of this great man Every excerpt I read I kept thinking That s exactly how I feel I guess we all felt this loss deeply, fully, completely flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 01, 2019 Susan rated it it was amazing This is a beautiful look at the impact chef and travel editor Anthony Bourdain had on both the famous and the common person in the world His death by suicide was truly a tragedy, but I do like to think that somewhere, somehow, he is aware of his legacy and knows that he did so much good for this world by helping to make us all aware that we have in common than things that divide us This is the second book I have read from CNN Both are of high quality and simply a joy to read flag 1 likeLike see review Jun 27, 2019 Olivia rated it it was amazing Shelves non fiction, biography Much like when David Bowie passed in 2016, my heart and tear ducts broke and let the dams rush when I heard of Anthony Bourdain s death A man I still to this day believe to be a long lost Moe family member, Anthony not only touched the mind, heart, and stomachs of his viewers and readers, he also touched the funny bone and the soul To say his impact and charm is everlasting is not enough To say his personality and attitude weren t contagious is a lie The man was an authentic idol worthy of c Much like when David Bowie passed in 2016, my heart and tear ducts broke and let the dams rush when I heard of Anthony Bourdain s death A man I still to this day believe to be a long lost Moe family member, Anthony not only touched the mind, heart, and stomachs of his viewers and readers, he also touched the funny bone and the soul To say his impact and charm is everlasting is not enough To say his personality and attitude weren t contagious is a lie The man was an authentic idol worthy of conversing and traveling with The regret of many is that they did not get to share their travels with him A toast to the man who was the legend, and the legend who was slightly than man flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 03, 2019 Nada Loughead rated it it was amazing What a great tribute to an amazing man the world has lost the most adventurous spirit flag 1 likeLike see review Jul 01, 2019 Zach K rated it it was amazing Watch No Reservations and Parts Unknown, read his books and read this book flag 1 likeLike see review Jun 25, 2019 K rated it it was amazing This book is a lovely tribute to an amazing person Anthony Bourdain took us with him on adventures every week in Parts Unknown, his CNN tv show, and took us into restaurant kitchens with Kitchen Confidential In his CNN show, there was something special happening with the unique blend of people, food and experiences Anthony Bourdain made you feel like you were another friend along for the ride The world was heartbroken at his loss last year This CNN tribute book is a combination of memories, This book is a lovely tribute to an amazing person Anthony Bourdain took us with him on adventures every week in Parts Unknown, his CNN tv show, and took us into restaurant kitchens with Kitchen Confidential In his CNN show, there was something special happening with the unique blend of people, food and experiences Anthony Bourdain made you feel like you were another friend along for the ride The world was heartbroken at his loss last year This CNN tribute book is a combination of memories, thoughts, and beautiful photos of Anthony Bourdain s travels There is a combination of memoirs from fans, friends, filmmakers, chefs, and people he met along the way It s a special book flag 1 likeLike see review previous 1 2 3 next new topicDiscuss This Book There are no discussion topics on this book yet Be the first to start one Share Recommend It Stats Recent Status Updates Genres Nonfiction 24 users Travel 16 users Food and Drink Food 6 users Biography 6 users Art Photography 5 users See top shelves About CNN CNN 1 follower Books by CNN More Trivia 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    1. Beautiful photos with quotes from friends and strangers alike, of how Bourdain touched their lives in many ways The best were from line cooks, students, people in kitchens everywhere, expressing how Anthony inspired them to do with their lives, careers, etc Many to step out of their comfort zones to travel, or just meet new people and try new things CNN said they had set up social media site for people to leave messages to express their condolences and were blown away by the thousands of Beautif [...]


    2. I miss Anthony Bourdain Yes, that is right I , do miss Anthony Bourdain.I never met him personally or even saw him in RL from afar but I knew him He came to my house, to my living room every week and showed me the world People, culture , food and places that open my eyes and heart Anthony was a communicator , provocateur and humanist His empathy and curious nature let him experience and see the world as few do and in those places he met and touch lot of people hearts And when he died I miss Anth [...]


    3. Anthony Bourdain taught us to try new foods, to explore off the beaten path, and to get to know people on our travels He inspired us to be better and open minded people and showed us that people are around the world aren t so different Anthony Bourdain Remembered is a wonderful collection of stories and quotes from those who knew him and those who didn t but were still greatly impacted by him Each story managed to capture how I felt as I watched No Reservations or Parts Unknown This is Anthony B [...]


    4. Many of us fans were shocked at his suicide and still cannot process it Here we get quotes from famous and regular fans of his about what he meant to them and in essence to all of us There is also some great photos of Tony on his travels making this a must read for fans.


    5. This is a tribute photo book of some of the best quotes and dedications that came in to the web page that CNN setup shortly after Anthony s death Some of them witty, some sad but always dedicated to the man who combined food and journalism in such an amazing way To me it seems that Bourdain was a troubled misfit individual that never really understood how much he was loved RIP Tony, you are sorely missed.My favorite quote from the whole book is this one Tony s restless spirit will roam the This [...]


    6. Beautiful photographs tributes to one of the coolest guys to ever live He changed how I look at food, eating, cooking I will continue to revisit his books shows for inspiration I hope he is never forgotten.


    7. Amazing, beautiful This book is everything for fans and a wonderful introduction for others It is immensely quotable, relatable, and magical Fans and friends share their experiences with Bourdain and how he has changed their lives Food and travel are important parts of this book, but it s really all about humanity, empathy, understanding, and forming connections with no boundaries physical or otherwise My husband and I keep it readily accessible around the house, to continuously flip thro Amazin [...]


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