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Anthony Bourdain Comes for Ina, Fieri, and Adam Richman

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Celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain, best known for travel/food shows No Reservations and Parts Unknown was in Atlanta for his national stand-up tour "Close to the Bone". As reported by Atlanta Magazine, the infamously candid Bourdain made reference to other cooking show stars as part of his routine.

On Adam Richman (of Travel Channel's Man vs. Food): “Why did we watch that show? Admit it. You wanted him to die.” Bourdain added that during his travels, he noticed that the show was popular in countries like Yemen, Iran, Libya, and Afghanistan. “The show confirms their worst suspicions— that Americans are fat, lazy, slothful, [and] wasteful... "I know what he's thinking, 'America is a terrible place. I want to join ISIS.'"

On Guy Fieri (when asked about maturing after fatherhood): "I sort of feel in a heartfelt way for Guy [Fieri]. I wonder about him. He’s 52 years-old and still rolling around in the flame outfit... What does he do? How does Guy Fieri de-douche?"

On Ina Garten: "I love Ina Garten. She’s one of the few people on Food Network who can actually cook. When Ina Garten roasts a chicken, she roasts it correct. When Ina Garten makes mashed potatoes, those are some solid mashed potatoes. In many ways I want Ina’s life. I don’t want to live in her house. I don’t want to spend a weekend there. It gets weird in Ina Land... Oh, when Jeffrey gets home, he’ll be so happy I made meatloaf. And then he comes home and you’re pretty sure he’s not into meatloaf."


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Atlanta Magazine
E! Online
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