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Old 06-08-2018, 08:18 AM   #1
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RIP Anthony Bourdain

Ahh man not Tony

CNN's Anthony Bourdain dead at 61

https://www.npr.org/618185381
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Old 06-08-2018, 08:25 AM   #2
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was an interesting dude...read his first big book which broke him out. Lived a good life...will be interesting to find out just why
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Ahh man not Tony

CNN's Anthony Bourdain dead at 61

https://www.npr.org/618185381


A fellow Jersey guy, sorry to hear about this .I know he seemed like a hard guy to live with and he has a young child(son I think) but I thought he was entertaining as hell!


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bct8stbZafI
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Old 06-08-2018, 09:36 AM   #4
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Re: RIP Anthony Bourdain

Time to dust off Kitchen Confidential, great book.
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Time to dust off Kitchen Confidential, great book.
couldn't remember the title! Yes must read.

I have a kinda fascination with 1970s-80s New York City and surrounding boroughs...a city that was kinda in disarray, disrepair from its golden age...a place and time where the art scene thrived. The book perspective is good during this period and Anthony B was there contributing it with food.

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Old 06-08-2018, 02:53 PM   #6
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Re: RIP Anthony Bourdain

Who gives a F about this guy?
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Who gives a F about this guy?

Maybe friends, family, fans of his work?
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Time to dust off Kitchen Confidential, great book.


Great book. Its the reason I got out of the business 20 years ago, which was his whole purpose of writing it. Always thought it was Pretty hypocritical of him ripping on the “tv star chefs” though since he sort of turned into one himself when given the opportunity. His poor wife and 11 year old daughter.
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Who gives a F about this guy?


Lol. You have no chance of ever working for Hallmark. No chance.
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Who gives a F about this guy?
I do, he wasn't one of those high and mighty chefs or TV cooking hosts, he seemed down to earth and like the same food I did and as I said before ...he was entertaining.He did shows on hot dogs and the Waffle House what is not to like?
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I do, he wasn't one of those high and mighty chefs or TV cooking hosts, he seemed down to earth and like the same food I did and as I said before ...he was entertaining.He did shows on hot dogs and the Waffle House what is not to like?


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Lol. You have no chance of ever working for Hallmark. No chance.
I actually would buy that greeting card.
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I actually would buy that greeting card.

Come to think of it there are a few people I would send it to. Probably has a niche market.
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I actually would buy that greeting card.
Why buy it,I'm sure eventually someone will send it to you.
















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Sad day. Great guy with a great show. Especially enjoyed his visit to Waffle House. The best.

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