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Famed Chef David Chang Opens Up About De‌‌pres‌si‌on in Wake of An‌th‌o‌ny B‌o‌u‌r‌d‌‌ain’s D‌ea‌t‌h

Famed New York chef, David Chang, who moved to Los Angeles, California to open up his restaurant Majordomo, talks about depr‌e‌ss‌ion in his latest podcast episode in the wake of the tragic d‌e‌ath‌ of beloved chef and travel documentarian, Anthony Bourdain.

Chang, in his latest episode of his podcast “The Dave Chang Show,” opens up about dep‌res‌sio‌n and his struggles as he thinks that this is the best way to honor Bo‌ur‌da‌in, who di‌e‌d inside his Kaysersburg, France hotel on June 8 from an apparent s‌ui‌ci‌d‌e at the age of 61.

Anthony Bourdain Thinks Filipino Food Could Be the Next Big Thing in America

TV host and food critic Anthony Bourdain expressed his love for Filipino food in a recent interview with CNN, saying dishes from the Philippines have the potential to be the next big thing in the United States.

While he admits that the traditional sour notes in Filipino food staples may prove a bit overwhelming to Western tastes, he believes the dish pork sisig may hold the key that brings doors down in America.

Why Anthony Bourdain Kept White People Out of ‘Parts Unknown’ Houston Episode

Anthony Bourdain’s hour-long quests for “Parts Unknown” have taken the chef and best-selling author around the world exploring cultures not commonly featured on American TV.

Although the popular CNN TV series usually takes its audience to unfamiliar locations, such as Congo, Libya and Myanmar, American cities are occasionally featured as well. One memorable episode which got tons of praise was an “unconventional episode” done in Houston last year, in which the city’s cultural diversity in particular was highlighted.

Six of Asia’s Top 10 Chefs Are White Guys Who Don’t Even Cook Asian Food

Six out of the top 10 chefs profiled in Asia’s 50 Best Restaurants 2017 are white males, and some in the culinary community, including TV host and author Anthony Bourdain, believe the list is “beyond ludicrous.”

Author and co-founder of Roads & Kingdoms, Matt Goulding, agreed with Bourdain’s sentiment, tweeting the following about the annual list: