According to the Associated Press, prosecutor Christian de Rocquigny said that on Friday, the famous chef, writer, and host of CNN's Parts Unknown, took the belt from his hotel bathrobe to commit suicide. He was in France filming for an episode of Parts Unknown.
CORK-based chefs have paid tribute to deceased celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, who visited the city in 2006. "He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous", Ripert, 53, said in a statement to Us on Friday. One of the great storytellers who connected [with] so many.
"He once said to me, ´I wish people would stop taking pictures of food and have more sex.´ You know, because what he really wanted to do was to show people life". My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones. In one episode of "Parts Unknown", he showed president Barack Obama how to slurp Vietnamese noodles at a restaurant in Hanoi. Since premiering in 2013, the program has won five Emmy awards, and a Peabody.
"He's irreverent, honest, curious, never condescending, never obsequious", the judges said. After its success, he ventured into television and helmed shows on the Food Network, the Travel Channel, and CNN. While there, he wrote an essay on the behind the scenes of the restaurant world, which led to the memoir "Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly", turning him into a celebrity chef. Please if you are at the edge, reach out to a hotline or a doctor.
Bourdain lived in Manhattan, not far from CNN's studio.
Seattle chef Tom Douglas said Bourdain "spoke the truth, disarming and sharp in real-time". "Maybe that I grew up a little", he told the magazine. "That would be nice".
"It never struck me as peculiar, but it was as if he gave everything to his work and then had nothing, zero, left for himself afterwards", the source related. "I think few people fully understood what he's shows in Palestine, Iran etc did for the people of this region by showing the world the human side of these attractive cultures". "I would have had a different answer a few years ago".