Anthony Bourdain



Anthony Bourdain Fans Petition to Keep Parts Unknown on Netflix as CNN Airs New Episode

Anthony Bourdain‘s fans want Parts Unknown to remain on Netflix.

The late chef’s beloved Emmy and Peabody Award-winning show, which premiered in 2013, explored cuisines and cultures off the radar of many Americans. Seasons 1-8 are currently available on Netflix, but are slated to be removed on Saturday as part of the streaming service’s regular rotation.

Anthony Bourdain Was More Than a Celebrity. He Was One of Our Own

There are already dozens of articles, and there will be dozens more, and they’ll all start with something like, “The food world was rocked,” and I don’t need to finish that sentence because you already know.

It’s such a very unfair paradox that often those who spend their lives performing this nourishing, caring service—feeding others—often do not have the means or the ability—or stability—to do the same for themselves.

We Need to Talk About Anthony Bourdain

Chefs die all the time, and no one talks about it. There are a million reasons for this, but the thing is that it happens constantly and it's only spoken of in hushed tones so no one gets upset. Other people's feelings are awkward, and we as a culture are exceptionally crappy at talking about them. We're all afraid of making things worse, or seeing someone in a different way, or having them see us in a vulnerable state. But as I see it, you either have to deal with the slightly uncomfortable situation of having your line cook cry in front of you, or you cry at their funeral.

How Anthony Bourdain Encouraged Us All to Be Better Travelers

I had never seen anybody actually walk into a room like a cowboy. A few months ago, I was sitting in an old school German restaurant in New York City with the sun pouring in at blinding angles. I was squinting from the light and physically pinching myself. I was waiting to interview Anthony Bourdain.

'Don’t Be Afraid to Just Sit and Watch.' What Anthony Bourdain Taught Us About Travel and Humanity

Anthony Bourdain — the acclaimed chef, storyteller and avid traveler who was known for exploring destinations off the beaten path — died Friday in an apparent suicide. He was 61.

Remembering Anthony Bourdain's Tremendous Literary Talent

Over the course of 2018 so far, Dark Horse Comics had published four issues of Hungry Ghosts, a new horror comics series helmed by Anthony Bourdain and novelist Joel Rose.

Chef Eric Ripert Speaks Out About 'Inspiring and Generous' Friend Anthony Bourdain

Two days before chef Eric Ripert found Anthony Bourdain unresponsive in his luxury hotel room in France, the close friends went for a ride in the countryside on a tandem bicycle.

Anthony Bourdain Remembered as an 'Unabashedly Supportive' Advocate and Ally in #MeToo

Celebrity chef and television host Anthony Bourdain, who died in France at the age of 61, is being remembered for his advocacy and allyship in the #MeToo movement.

Bourdain openly discussed and criticized harassment and assault issues in the food industry — and Bourdain, as a man, took a hard look at his own past to question why women did not come to him to talk about such things.

Chefs React to Anthony Bourdain's Death

Anthony Bourdain Revealed He Had No Desire to Retire in People Magazine Interview Months Before Death

Anthony Bourdain opened up about his “driven” nature in a PEOPLE interview in February, just months before his shocking death in an apparent suicide on Friday.

PEOPLE spent three days traveling with Bourdain as he filmed an episode of Parts Unknown, his hit CNN series, during which he shared that he had no desire to retire.