I’m sure you’ve all heard the sad news about Anthony Bourdain by now. It’s incredibly shocking and heartbreaking to hear that he took his own life. I can’t wrap my head around it.
I love his show Parts Unknown. It’s my all-time favorite food show and I’ve learned a lot from watching it. Not only about food, but also about how people in different countries and cultures live and view life.
There’s nobody else on TV who can compel me to try something new the way Bourdain did.
He was one of the most genuine and honest voices in the food world. Even though I didn’t know him personally, nonetheless to me he came across as someone unique, courageous, inquisitive, and all-around good and kind person.
I feel the need to thank him for educating and inspiring me. Rest In Peace, Anthony Bourdain.
From last week’s fiesta:
“I thought these sound absolutely delicious, almost like vegan burgers with lots of vegetables and spices. Wonderful! All I need is a good dipping sauce!” — Angie
“I love the idea of Sheet Pan Burgers especially when you are feeding a huge crowd. And copycat big mac sauce? What’s more better than that?” — Jhuls
“Lately, I’ve been cooking more and more with eggplants and really like it. I love that this dip has roasted tomatoes; [roasting tomatoes makes] the house smell amazing! I’m going to try this dip.” — Lizet
“These sound absolutely scrumptious! I’ve done nutella-stuffed beignets but bananas weren’t involved. What a brilliant idea!” — Angie
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