As news of Bourdain's death spread on Friday morning, those who knew him and his work reacted with sadness and shock. "I want to try everything once".
ANTHONY Bourdain might've been best known for his ability to cook and review food like no one else but it was the way he never shied away from addressing his dark past that made him a breath of fresh air for most of his fans. "Right now a New Yorker takes their life every five hours". "I've tried. I just think I'm just too nervous, neurotic, driven", he said. I really can't talk about him.
Hotel staff told the New York Times that Ripert tried to reach Bourdain on his cell phone, and that a receptionist then went to Bourdain's room, where he was found.
Bourdain and his wife remained on good terms after their split and shared the raising of their 11-year-old daughter, Ariane, according to reports.
Anthony Bourdain, a gifted storyteller and writer who took CNN viewers around the world, died at age 61.
Italian actress Asia Argento, who had been Bourdain's long-time girlfriend, said in a statement posted on Twitter: "Anthony gave all of of himself in everything that he did".
De Rocquigny said there was no indication of foul play, adding that the suicide seemed to be an "impulsive act".
"Some, of course, like to claim that Mexicans are stealing American jobs", Bourdain said in 2014. At the time of his death, he was dating actor and director Asia Argento, who recently accused Harvey Weinstein of rape.
"I stand unhesitatingly and unwaveringly with the women", he wrote on in a 2017 essay on Medium.
Also waiting, just down the road, was Bourdain's camera crew.
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Bourdain also hosted the Travel Channel series "No Reservations", and penned numerous books.
Wang says it wasn't until eight years later that he was able to tell Bourdain how much he helped Xi'an Famous Foods with his visit there. Sampling the pecan waffle drowning in butter and maple syrup, he exclaimed, "This is BETTER than French Laundry, man", referring to the Napa Valley temple of high cuisine.
Chefs Eric Ripert (L) and Anthony Bourdain attend a screening of "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Japan with Masa" in New York City.
But he thrived in restaurant kitchens, and that work led him to the Culinary Institute of America, where he graduated in 1978. He became executive chef at Brasserie Les Halles in 1998. Three days before his death, chef Alexis Schonstein posted on Instagram a photo of the star with staff at the eatery, writing, "Very nice memory!" A Vassar dropout, he started working at a seafood restaurant in Provincetown, Mass., and fell in love with the pirate glamour of the kitchen underworld.
Lemon: "His stories weren't about food".
"It was an honour to receive chef Bourdain". Many earned his unfettered scorn. They were very down to earth no fuss. He called Sandra Lee "pure evil", and worse.
The American chef was in France at the time shooting for a CNN series.
"Tony's feijoada was incredible".
Before he got into television, he worked as a chef at the NY restaurant.
"We thought it was odd", waiter Maxime Voinson told The New York Times, recalling Bourdain's no-show the night before his suicide.
'He had everything. Success beyond his wildest dreams.