Anthony Bourdain

The road to success for world renowned chef Anthony Bourdain, author of “Appetites: A Cookbook,” was long, winding, and riddled with failures. However, in the face of all of that, Bourdain has achieved a level of incredible success in the world of cooking and television. Here’s how Bourdain got there — and what he recommends to anyone else trying to break into the field.

An adventurous documenter of international food culture, Anthony Bourdain was the host of CNN’s Parts Unknown, a chef, prolific food author, speaker, and one of Fast Company’s Most Creative People. Here, we sat down and talked with him about his creative process, what he looked for in his team, and keys to his success.

Celebrities react to Anthony Bourdain’s death. Plus, the details behind Bourdain’s last PEOPLE Interview. Kat Kinsman, the author of ‘Hi, Anxiety’ shares her memories of the famed chef and her advice for anyone struggling with mental illness.

Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson remembers Anthony Bourdain and reflects on the preciousness of life in the universe.

Anthony Bourdain, the chef and gifted storyteller who took TV viewers around the world to explore culture, cuisine and the human condition for nearly two decades, has died at the age of 61. CNN’s Alex Marquardt reports.

Anthony Bourdain wasn’t just a world-renowned chef, author and TV personality; he was also sarcastic, funny and bold. For this list, we’re looking at some of the most memorable on-screen moments of the influential chef and television host. We’re excluding off-screen and real life moments like his feuds with other celebrity chefs, however. Our includes moments such as when he had dinner with Barack Obama in Vietnam, and when he had to flee Beirut without finishing his show. Join WatchMojo as we count down our picks for the top 5 Anthony Bourdain Moments.

Anthony Bourdain visits Aunty Aini’s to learn the secrets to Malaysian cooking

“Appetites” author Anthony Bourdain thinks scrambling eggs should be a simple process. Here he describes the process to making the perfect scrambled eggs.

Bourdain, who was found dead at 61 on Friday, is remembered as a celebrated chef, author and TV personality.

In death, as in life, Anthony Bourdain brought us closer together.

On his award-winning series, “Parts Unknown,” Bourdain brought the world home to CNN viewers. Through the simple act of sharing meals, he showcased both the extraordinary diversity of cultures and cuisines, yet how much we all have in common.

Tragically, he proved this again on Friday. Bourdain’s death shook television viewers around the world. The most common sentiment: “I feel like I’ve lost a friend.”

This clip is from No Reservations S08E08. Bourdain is at the laksa stall on Jalan Pasar near the Kek Lok Si temple.

The former chef turned writer and TV host exposed the underbelly of restaurant culture and took viewers on far-flung culinary adventures with biting wit and a worldly outlook.

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