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Anthony Bourdain, Chef And TV Personality, Dead At 61

Famed Chef Anthony Bourdain dead, CNN reports

Chef Eric Ripert knew something was wrong his friend, Anthony Bourdain, he didn't show up for their dinner.

Xi'an Famous Foods, a popular Chinese restaurant chain in New York City, had humble beginnings, but the CEO says the family business has flourished thanks to the late Anthony Bourdain.

He also said there were "no signs of violence on Bourdain's body".

'He'd put everything into the shoots and then go back to his room to isolate'. He married again two years later to Ottavia Busia, with whom he had his first and only child, a now 11-year-old daughter named Ariane.

"He loved and was loved in return", Cooper said of Bourdain.

Gladys, a longtime editor at the newspaper, said there had been no indication her son had been thinking of taking his own life.

Bourdain, 61, was found dead on Friday in France, where he'd been working on an episode of his show Parts Unknown which explores culinary traditions around the world.

King also met Bourdain while filming "Kitchen Confidential", a 2005 sitcom based on his bestselling memoir.

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Anthony Bourdain, the renowned chef and writer, . "He was a master baby whisperer, and a master storyteller, having rocked my 7 month old to sleep in the middle of shooting our episode".

Ms Nga, who helps run the restaurant in the Vietnamese capital, remembered Bourdain as a "nice, friendly and folksy person".

President Obama, who made a guest appearance on "Parts Unknown" in 2016, tweeted a touching photo and memory of Bourdain.

It was where Bourdain had been told he could find a nice choucrote - sauerkraut, an Alsatian specialty. I really can't talk about him.He was brilliant and sharp and amusing. "He was brilliant and sharp and amusing", she said.

"She wanted to make handsome handbags and attractive clothes and bright colours and she was very whimsical and free".

As for Africa, Bourdain declared the continent, "one of the best arguments for travel I can think of", and lauded its ability to exist as a "functioning multicultural, multilingual, extraordinarily TOLERANT society". I feel like I've stolen a vehicle - a really nice auto - and I keep looking in the rear-view mirror for flashing lights.

"I've spent such a lot of time in the developing world, I was caught in a war in Beirut, been in Liberia, the Congo, Iraq and Libya and realised how fast things can get bad, how arbitrary good fortune and cruelty and death", he said in the interview.

"In the end you melted down and even complimented me on one of your television interviews when you launched your series in NY", he said. And I was like, 'All right, man, we're going to Popeye's'.

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