sometimes I like to swoon over Anthony Bourdain.

 


Tomorrow will be hamburgers! And Hot dogs! Not to worry! There will be the right, the perfect potato buns. Relish. American cheese. Said cheese slices will have been pre-separated and replaced, kitty corner, in a neat stack, for easy-grab action once I’m at the grill. There will be ketchup, of course, and two types of mustard. I prefer Dijon style—but as a man who respects tradition, I will also provide yellow, ballpark style mustard.

Tomorrow will be hamburgers! And Hot dogs! Not to worry! There will be the right, the perfect potato buns. Relish. American cheese. Said cheese slices will have been pre-separated and replaced, kitty corner, in a neat stack, for easy-grab action once I’m at the grill. There will be ketchup, of course, and two types of mustard. I prefer Dijon style—but as a man who respects tradition, I will also provide yellow, ballpark style mustard.

wallofdis:

WHICH ONE OF YOU PHOTOSHOPPED MY HAIR ONTO YOUNG TONY BOURDAIN’S HEAD THAT’S NOT NICE YOU GUYS COME ON WHO WAS IT

My friend has the same hair as young Tony Bourdain

wallofdis:

WHICH ONE OF YOU PHOTOSHOPPED MY HAIR ONTO YOUNG TONY BOURDAIN’S HEAD THAT’S NOT NICE YOU GUYS COME ON WHO WAS IT

My friend has the same hair as young Tony Bourdain

(Source: laz000)

ZIMMERN: Is fatherhood the best thing that has happened in your life?

BOURDAIN: Every cliché is true. Everything is true. It’s the best thing that ever happens to you. It completely changes your life. Every minute since the first second that we even suspected that Ottavia was pregnant, every minute of pregnancy, delivery, infancy, every minute, every second has been an unimagined joy. It is constantly amazing to me. It’s so great to not be number one in your own universe anymore, you know. It’s all about the girl now. And that is just a deeply, deeply gratifying thing. My father used to read to me from a hard‑cover copy of Doctor Dolittle. And I remember well as a little boy how I looked forward to that every night, my father sitting down and reading another chapter from Doctor Dolittle. Finally I’m going to go home tonight and read another chapter from Doctor Dolittle to my daughter.

ZIMMERN: We’re doing the same with Winnie-the-Pooh.

BOURDAIN: It is a saccharine sentiment. A while back I read my daughter Winnie‑the‑Pooh, and it had been a long time since I had read the book.

ZIMMERN: What a great f***ing book, right? Brilliant.

BOURDAIN: And I reached the end, where Christopher Robin is dragging the stuffed Winnie up the stairs.

ZIMMERN: I was crying like a baby.

BOURDAIN: I start sobbing. I had forgotten. I had forgotten the whole structure of the story. I had forgotten the most important factor, that he’s actually a stuffed toy. The cruelty of growing up—my daughter is looking at me like, What is the matter with Daddy? He’s going to pieces in front of me. I was f***ing devastated.

FYI, Bourdain is tweeting food porn from Spain a lot recently. 

FYI, Bourdain is tweeting food porn from Spain a lot recently.