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Remembering Anthony Bourdain
June 8, 2018
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Greg Morabito, senior editor at Eater, discusses the legacy of celebrity chef and television personality Anthony Bourdain. Bourdain passed away at the age of 61 from an apparent suicide.
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Anthony Bourdain and the Art Behind the "Raw Craft"
World-renowned chef, author, producer, and television personality Anthony Bourdain joins Cheddar to discuss the latest installment of his digital show "Raw Craft," sponsored by The Balvenie Whisky. Bourdain talks why it's important in this age, when everyone wants instant gratification, to do a show about a group of people that work with their hands and take time to perfect their particular trade. We also discuss the relationship between Bourdain and The Balvenie and how this partnership works for the both of them, given Bourdain's love of the particular content and his love of the company's whisky. Bourdain also weighs in on the future and the importance of digital content as one reason for why he believes in the show. Bourdain talks meal-kits, adding that although he has never tried one, he believes that whatever gets people in the kitchen cooking is a good thing. We also ask Bourdain about his recent comments on sexism in Hollywood. Bourdain's current significant other, Asia Argento, has accused Harvey Weinstein of sexual assault. He talks about the "complicity" of some men who chose not to speak up about Weinstein when they knew about his behavior and how it is now important to change the conversation around sexism and sexual assault.
Jun 8, 2018
The Legacy of Anthony Bourdain
We reflect on the legacy of legendary chef and TV personality Anthony Bourdain after learning that he died unexpectedly at age 61. Kristen Scholer and Tim Stenovec reflect on how he shaped the food industry, television, culture, and politics.
Jun 8, 2018
Anthony Bourdain's Legacy
The celebrity chef, author, and CNN host died of an apparent suicide, the network said. Greg Morabito, a senior editor at Eater, recalls his work with Bourdain, saying, "more than anyone else, he connected diners with restaurants and the people that work in them."