Andrew Zimmern Is Wearing Anthony Bourdain's Boots to Honor His Friend: 'My Heart Is Heavy' - News T
Andrew Zimmern,Anthony Bourdain,Chefs,Food News,News Andrew Zimmern is honoring his friend Anthony Bourdain by wearing a pair of his boots to work today. Bourdain, 61, died of apparent suicide in his hotel room on Friday morning in France, where he was filming Parts Unknown alongside his friend chef Eric Ripert, who discovered his body. “I’m so angry this morning. Life is f—— hard and crazy and Tony I love you,” Zimmern posted on Twitter with a picture of Bourdain’s beige boots. “I’m wearing your boots that I never wore because they were yours, and going to work. Everyone should hug some extra people today. My heart is heavy.” Zimmern tells PEOPLE he had much in common with Bourdain. “Not the least of which was the shared mission to learn about cultures around the world through food,” Zimmern said to PEOPLE. “Tony was the smartest, funniest of friends, perpetually curious and endlessly charming. There were few people with whom I shared more of myself with and I always relied on his sagacity and insight as a great barometer of whatever my next move would be.” The Bizarre Foods host says Bourdain’s life was recently “lightened” by his girlfriend Asia Argento, and also told Eater that Bourdain repeatedly told him how happy he was over the last few years. “Tony’s life has been endlessly chronicled and he was recently blessed with and lightened by a new love, making it all the more difficult to reconcile this devastating loss. My heart and profound condolences go out to Tony’s family, the three wonderful women in his life, especially his amazing daughter.” Zimmern, who says he has also dealt with his own mental health issues, revealed Bourdain was an “incredible sounding board” in his life. “I only wish a different ending could have been written for one of the world’s most gifted storytellers. Out of respect for all of his friends and family I think it best to leave it there for now and let’s remember all the joy he brought us over the years. I will miss him very much.”
Hi, This person is also one of my favorite celebrity, Andrew Zimmern who also travels around the world tasting and telling his stories of adventures of far away countries that I can dream of, some I have made come true. I hope he keeps going strong. We need to pray for Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, two gifted one of a kind people, gone too soon without any warning, even though their families and friends knew they suffered from depression, battling some demons of who knows what? sounds depressing to know Anthony is gone. I think we need to pray for both Anthony Bourdain and Kate Spade, the God and Yeshua a.k.a. Jesus Christ to forgive both of them for the act of committing suicide because God looks down on people who take their own life. The penalty, I don't know. I pray for both of them to be forgiven and that they got to know who Jesus Christ was, that he came to earth so w e can call on his name to be delivered from depression, oppression, repression, the evil eye, etc. God bless....
Jocelyn Valdez So you think they committed suicide!? Just because the Controlled Media sells us that story you really think they did that? Many people don't believe it, and looking into the Satanic people who could've killed them
RIP , the lost of this very gifted storyteller made me so sad, I will never forget the way that he used to use food through cultures especially once with Palestine when he asked an israili colon questions which would never asked by journalists before... simple questions about humanity...
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