Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain found dead at age 61


One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

Lotti plans to dine at the Chambard's restaurant, and "I will have a thought about him".

"That's the loss of a family member, and that's kind of love and to have that pain to want to take your own life is still something I can't wrap my hands around".

Argento asked people to respect her privacy and the privacy of Bourdain's family. "His outsized personality will live on through the many people he has inspired and touched through his writing and television shows". He was my love, my rock, my protector.

Meanwhile, business analyst Darren Rovell tweeted, "Devastated to learn of Anthony Bourdain, whom I admired from afar".

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"'Low plastic stool, cheap but delicious noodles, cold Hanoi beer, '" former president Barack Obama tweeted. "RIP Anthony you brought us much joy with writing and TV".

"There is no element that makes us believe that someone came into the room at any moment", the spokesperson said. "Anthony was a standout talent for the network", one employee said. Horrible. Why why why. 'Not sure how I feel about this, ' Bourdain wrote. "I still remember an episode from his show A Cook's Tour, where he ate the beating heart of a cobra", added Fernandes. "He was not only a dear friend, but an admired colleague and at times, a mentor: open-hearted and generous. Finally, through these few words, it is the whole family of the French gastronomy that joins me, to renew our deep friendship to our bereaved American brothers". He leaves behind a world that will sorely miss him.

"That was very shocking when I woke up this morning", Trump told reporters before heading to the G7 Summit.

Anderson Cooper also appeared on the special, choking up as he expressed "shock, confusion and sadness that a man who was seemingly having the ride of his life in the middle of his life has now suddenly reached the end of his life". Read on to know more about them.

In honor of his memory and all of those dear people who left us all too early, and in taking whatever action we can to prevent suicide in the U.S., Xi'an Famous Foods will be donating 100% of our net sales on June 8, 2018, from all of our stores, to the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline 1-800-273-TALK @800273talk.