When it comes to celebrity chefs, Anthony Bourdain is one of the most iconic chefs in the world. He is most known for his incredible foods and his series on CNN and the Travel Channel.
Anthony Bourdain took food lovers around the world to find the best unknown spots for some of the best foods in every country. Read on to see Anthony Bourdain Best TV Moments…
Let’s put it like this, if you love food and want to know where to find it, Anthony Bourdain was the go to guy. His series on CNN host “Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown,” or “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations” on Travel Channel are the go to series.
Anthony Bourdain Best TV Moments also includes “Raw Craft with Anthony Bourdain” on thebalvenie.com.
Unfortunately, we have lost the iconic chef Anthony Bourdain who has died of an apparent suicide in France where he was filming the new season of “Parts Unknown” for CNN.
There is no reason for yet revealed for his death, but as always, plenty of speculation pointing back to his addcition to heroin and cocaine in his 40’s. Bourdain recalled of the moment in his New York Times bestseller Kitchen Confidential: Adventures in the Culinary Underbelly.
Anthony recalled in his Biography released in 2016:
Oh, man, at the age of 44, I was standing in kitchens, not knowing what it was like to go to sleep without being in mortal terror. I was in horrible, endless, irrevocable debt. I had no health insurance. I didn’t pay my taxes. I couldn’t pay my rent. It was a nightmare, but it’s all been different for about 15 years. If it looks like my life is comfortable, well, that’s a very new thing for me.
Here are some of Bourdain’s Best Moments TV moments from “Parts Unknown,” “No Reservations,” “Raw Craft,”:
Anthony Bourdain is perplexed when he’s surrounded by half-frozen, sinking dead octopuses on a fishing tour in Sicily.
Anthony and Anderson talk Vietnam, dining with Obama
Anthony Bourdain on the Rome episode of “No Reservations”:
Anthony eating at Laotian Village – Lao Cuisine:
Eating healthy with Iggy Pop (Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown: Miami):
Raw Craft with Anthony Bourdain – Episode Fourteen: SJC Drums with Tré Cool of Green Day. This series is probably one of the most interesting of Anthony’s and it had nothing to do with food, but everything to do with his love of music, motorcycles and more.
Probably the most controversial moments would be this one when Bourdain recieved advice from the now fallen Mario Batali a year prior to his sex alligations that killed his career.
You will be missed sir! RIP