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Author:  washing machine [ Fri June 08, 2018 11:09 pm ]
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E.H. Ruddock wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
I don't know if this sounds melodramatic/lame but I've been crying about this a lot today...fuck

Nah, not lame. I watched an episode earlier and it brought me to tears

There’s a strange comfort watching him on screen today. He lived how he wanted to. I’m not crying, but I’m sad. These episodes make it easier to accept, I guess.

I’m watching the Miami episode of PU right now. No reason other than that I haven’t seen episodes from the early seasons.

He talks to a bar owner who just turned 100 early in the episode and then talks to a restaurant owner about how he could see himself entering his “late era George Hamilton” phase shriveling up on the beach someday.

The food looks fantastic in that scene, of course.

Author:  E.H. Ruddock [ Fri June 08, 2018 11:10 pm ]
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We're going to watch the Armenia one again tonight. One of my favorites from the recent seasons

Author:  doug rr [ Fri June 08, 2018 11:17 pm ]
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washing machine wrote:
E.H. Ruddock wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
I don't know if this sounds melodramatic/lame but I've been crying about this a lot today...fuck

Nah, not lame. I watched an episode earlier and it brought me to tears

There’s a strange comfort watching him on screen today. He lived how he wanted to. I’m not crying, but I’m sad. These episodes make it easier to accept, I guess.

I’m watching the Miami episode of PU right now. No reason other than that I haven’t seen episodes from the early seasons.

He talks to a bar owner who just turned 100 early in the episode and then talks to a restaurant owner about how he could see himself entering his “late era George Hamilton” phase shriveling up on the beach someday.

The food looks fantastic in that scene, of course.


that miami bar is Mac's club deuce..my favorite dive bar in the world..I sent jorge there years ago..he liked it but his friends hated it

Author:  washing machine [ Fri June 08, 2018 11:27 pm ]
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I immediately remarked to my wife that I could see us going there if we ever hit up Miami.

Author:  doug rr [ Fri June 08, 2018 11:36 pm ]
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washing machine wrote:
I immediately remarked to my wife that I could see us going there if we ever hit up Miami.


do it..we've spent so much time there..it closes at 4am and opens back up at 6am..you'll see vomit in the urinals and it smells like smoke..you won't find any ipa's so you have to drink hard alcohol or rolling rock or bass..small pool table and a great juke box..i've been there a thousand times and have never seen them turn on the lights..they once kicked a friend of mine out of there for ordering a mojito after a dolphin/patriot game that miami won...the sandwich shop across the street is top notch it its still there..its a restaurant employee hang out for morning drinking and I love it

Author:  washing machine [ Fri June 08, 2018 11:46 pm ]
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doug rr wrote:
washing machine wrote:
I immediately remarked to my wife that I could see us going there if we ever hit up Miami.


do it..we've spent so much time there..it closes at 4am and opens back up at 6am..you'll see vomit in the urinals and it smells like smoke..you won't find any ipa's so you have to drink hard alcohol or rolling rock or bass..small pool table and a great juke box..i've been there a thousand times and have never seen them turn on the lights..they once kicked a friend of mine out of there for ordering a mojito after a dolphin/patriot game that miami won...the sandwich shop across the street is top notch it its still there..its a restaurant employee hang out for morning drinking and I love it

That sounds a lot like Shorty’s Place in Port Aransas and Planet Follywood just down the coast from the historic part of Charleston. I’m sure there are untold amounts of coastal dives around America with bartenders and regulars just praying no one ever features them in their travel doc.

Author:  E.H. Ruddock [ Sat June 09, 2018 12:34 am ]
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And now watching the new Uruguay episode and I want to go

Author:  96583UP [ Sat June 09, 2018 1:46 am ]
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i love anthony bourdain

and i want the generation of self-important self-identifying 'foodies' that he inspired to follow in his footsteps and go off themselves as well

i don't care about your opinions

just because you are willing to ride amsterdam bicycles to buy an obscure sandwich doesn't make you intelligent and i am tired of listening to you talk about OH MY GAAAD HOW GREAT THIS SANDWICH IS

or cronuts or whatever the fuck it is

fuck yourselves

Spoiler: show
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Author:  WtOB? [ Sat June 09, 2018 2:06 am ]
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very sad news.

Author:  LoathedVermin72 [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:21 am ]
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Continuing through Parts Unknown. It’s hard. Making me tear up a lot. But the Vietnam episode wrecked me. Beginning with pictures of Bourdain and the guide from 2000, looking so young, then ending with Bourdain saying “I’ll come back to Vietnam always.”

Goddammit. This has been a weird day.

Author:  epilogue [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:23 am ]
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I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.

Author:  Monkey_Driven [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:26 am ]
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durdencommatyler wrote:
I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.


What did you make?

Author:  LoathedVermin72 [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:29 am ]
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durdencommatyler wrote:
I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.

I also cooked a big dinner. Even kind-of-sort-of made up my own dish.

Author:  wease [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:31 am ]
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https://m.youtube.com/watch?feature=you ... F7SRQFd49E

Anderson Cooper’s tribute.

Author:  spike [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:31 am ]
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i didn't cook, but as we sat down to eat, i felt compelled to toast AB with my wife. i guess i've always thought of him a little whenever i sit down to a good, genuine meal. maybe i always will.

Author:  epilogue [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:32 am ]
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LoathedVermin72 wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.

I also cooked a big dinner. Even kind-of-sort-of made up my own dish.

Love it! What did you make?

Author:  epilogue [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:33 am ]
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Monkey_Driven wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.


What did you make?

Burgers. Don't have a grill so I had to make them in the cast iron.

Author:  spike [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:36 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Anthony Bourdain

durdencommatyler wrote:
Monkey_Driven wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.


What did you make?

Burgers. Don't have a grill so I had to make them in the cast iron.

in butter, i hope.

Author:  LoathedVermin72 [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:37 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Anthony Bourdain

durdencommatyler wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.

I also cooked a big dinner. Even kind-of-sort-of made up my own dish.

Love it! What did you make?

Steak, Brussels sprouts, and a concoction I made out of mashed potatoes, arborio rice, and cheddar cheese.

Author:  epilogue [ Sat June 09, 2018 3:38 am ]
Post subject:  Re: Anthony Bourdain

LoathedVermin72 wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
LoathedVermin72 wrote:
durdencommatyler wrote:
I'll watch some of his stuff again soon. But I couldn't possibly do it today.

Instead, I cooked myself dinner. That was tribute to him today. I made myself food. I cooked, which I never do, and I thought of him.

I also cooked a big dinner. Even kind-of-sort-of made up my own dish.

Love it! What did you make?

Steak, Brussels sprouts, and a concoction I made out of mashed potatoes, arborio rice, and cheddar cheese.

How did the concoction turn out? It sounds wonderful!

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