My sister bought me a copy of the Anthony Bourdain cookbook years ago. It was the first of my French cookbooks, and it’s still my favorite. I actually have a big collection of cookbooks in general (I actually got rid of a lot of my extras). This is the one that is the dirties, most work, and has the best stains.
I have loved all of Anthony’s shows. He captures my love of travel with my love of food. Especially Paris. As a family, our best times in Paris have been just sitting and enjoying a cafe, and he was the inspiration for that from the start.
Goodbye, Farewell, and Amen.
Anthony Bourdain, the American chef and culinary globetrotter who died today, will be remembered for creating the food travel show as we know it, and for his memoir, … 639 more words
via “Anthony Bourdain’s Les Halles Cookbook” is an overlooked piece of the chef’s legacy — Quartz