RIP, Chef

Eight years ago this month I shelled out big bucks to not only hear Anthony but to also get the privilege of standing in line for a meet ‘n greet autograph session.

June 12, 2010 (PAC, Tulsa, OK)

I took my Les Halles Cookbook  and I asked The Hubs to take my copy of Medium Raw.   The autograph session took place after the show and Anthony seemed a bit spent and was enjoying a few beers from a nearby ice chest.

It was the highlight of my year.

Friday was definitely a low point.  I have read other bloggers that have put their feelings in much more eloquent ways than this sad post.

All I will say is I feel gut punched.

RIP, Chef.

I am keeping Bourdain’s family, friends, and co-workers in my thoughts.

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