“…and as we headed back into the kitchen, other clouds moved in and the rain began to fall…” ❤


You would think, and I did as I scaled the side of the stock trailer and pulled myself up onto its roof, that this cloud would bring destructive weather to the farm. It looked so full of doom. But it did not. The long  black cloud merely tipped its sprinkling hat and rolled rumbling by without a second glance.

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“He taught us about food …To make us a little less afraid of the unknown. We’ll miss him.”

The World Is a Book...

Anthony Michael Bourdain, June 25, 1956 — June 8, 2018.

He was considered one of the most influential chefs in the world by many commentators.

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The sweetest tributes from Anthony Bourdain’s fans. — CNN

He taught so many of us what it mans to be open-minded, how to be curious.   –Oliver

He was the first chef to show me it’s equally as good to eat a $2 Cuban Sandwich from a lunch truck with one slim napkin as it is to eat at a 5-star restaurant from a menu you cannot pronounce.  –Julie

In all, I have clocked at least 80 trips to HKG, almost 2 million miles of air travel, and visited 22 countries since I met him.  –Paul

He was someone that never look for the sparking diamond but he always found emeralds and rubies.  –Tonya

Miniature exhibit of Hong Kong during 60s, Tokyo…

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