Catholic doctrine and a slew of mental health professionals tell me that he was beyond rational thought, and I concede the point intellectually. But I can’t emotionally.
Let us be intellectually honest about the sorrows of this life. Perhaps then, through a lens of sorrow, we can see the one, eternal hope that renders death not proud.
The sharp knife is a tool: it can take a life, destroy in cruel fashion, but it also has the ability to create incredible things.
There is something humanizing about putting aside differences, if only for a moment, to discuss how good biscuits taste.
As Anthony Bourdain ate and drank his way through underexplored regions, he showed the world how we can connect to each other through food.
A classically trained chef and gifted storyteller, Bourdain was able to ask people questions most journalists wouldn’t, and bring their stories alive.
All of these series and more help place us square in the golden age of food documentaries, and they all owe at least some of their success to Anthony Bourdain.
World-famous chef and food critic Anthony Bourdain just went to Waffle House for the first time ever. His verdict? “Oh, that’s good. That’s good.”
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