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Anthony Bourdain: 1956 - 2018

Anthony Bourdain, globe-trotting chef who explored culture through cuisine, dies at 61 in apparent suicide

Anthony Bourdain, a celebrity chef, author and TV host who traveled the world to explore the nexus of food and culture, died Friday in an apparent suicide, according to CNN. He was 61. He was found dead in his hotel room in France while on location for his series "Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown."

  • Appreciation
Anthony Bourdain opened the working-class kitchen to the world and the world to us

The modern American restaurant scene without Anthony Bourdain is hard to imagine, Jonathan Gold writes.

  • Appreciation
In ‘Parts Unknown,’ Anthony Bourdain searched the world for human moments — and for his own place in it

Robert Lloyd writes an appreciation of Anthony Bourdain's CNN show "Parts Unknown."

  • Appreciation
For Anthony Bourdain, food was just the entry point for a much wider cultural discussion

Anthony Bourdain didn't care about food's every last mannerist turn. He cared about the cultural and political contexts that shaped it.

He may have had a bad boy persona, but Anthony Bourdain was lovely, loyal and so damn smart

Longtime radio host and former chef Evan Kleiman pays tribute to the late Anthony Bourdain.

Cooking for comfort? Anthony Bourdain's rich lasagna Bolognese is one of our favorites

Remembering Anthony Bourdain through his cookbooks, especially his incredible lasagna recipe.

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Anthony Bourdain was the eternal compadre of overlooked Latinos

Bourdain transcended the culinary bubble in ways no one else has. He wasn't a gastronomy tourist. His programs were about the dignity of humans, especially Latinos.

Books were good to Anthony Bourdain — but TV was even better

Anthony Bourdain left restaurant cooking behind when he published "Kitchen Confidential." Yet it was in television that he was able to really connect with fans.

From In-N-Out to Chateau Marmont, Anthony Bourdain understood what makes L.A. great

Anthony Bourdain's favorite places to visit in Los Angeles.

Anthony Bourdain wasn't just a food lover — he was a music freak, too

Anthony Bourdain’s love of music will forever be eclipsed by his passion for food culture. But the late chef, writer and TV star’s life was propelled by music, and he never wasted an opportunity to serve as rock ‘n' roll ambassador.

CNN, Travel Channel will salute Anthony Bourdain with slate of weekend programming

CNN and Travel Channel will pay tribute to celebrated chef, writer and TV star Anthony Bourdain with a "Remembering Anthony Bourdain" special on CNN and a 12-hour marathon of "No Reservations" on the Travel Channel.

Anthony Bourdain's death stuns girlfriend Asia Argento and celebrity admirers

Chef Anthony Bourdain, whose death was reported Friday, is remembered by his fans and colleagues as a "unique storyteller" and a "restless spirit."

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