The great singer Mama Aye passed away

“Do we truly need to go in airtight fixed popemobiles through the country territories of France, Mexico and the Far East, eating just in Hard Rock Bistros and Mcdonald’s? Or on the other hand would we like to eat unafraid, attacking the nearby stew, the humble taqueria’s secret meat, the truly offered endowment of a gently barbecued fish head?”

“Whenever you can, drink heavily with the locals.”

“Nothing surprising or great is probably going to occur in the event that you have an agenda in Paris loaded up with the Louver and the Eiffel Pinnacle.”

“Plans should be fleeting, so be ready to change them.”
Anthony Bourdain
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Anthony Bourdain Food Statements

“You glean tons of useful knowledge about somebody when you share a dinner together.”

“Grill may not be the way to world harmony, but rather it’s a beginning.”

“Your body isn’t a sanctuary, it’s an entertainment mecca. Take it all in.”

“I, for one, think there is a genuine risk of going over the top with food. Food ought to be important for the master plan.”

“I think food, culture, individuals and scene are totally indistinguishable.”

“The misusing of food and gear with panache was constantly appreciated; somewhat, this stays consistent with this day.”

“I took in quite some time in the past that attempting to obsessively fuss over the ideal excursion is consistently a calamity. That causes awful circumstances.”

“I’ve long trusted that great food, great eating, is about risk. Whether we’re discussing unpasteurized Stilton, crude clams or working for coordinated wrongdoing ‘partners,’ food, as far as I might be concerned, has forever been an experience”

“Great food is all the time, even most frequently, straightforward food.”

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