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Food Inspiration Magazine is the online magazine for foodservice professionals in search of inspiration and innovation. With the magazine we collect, enrich and spread inspiration. The free subscription magazine is published eight times per year and is an abundant source of inspiration for food and hospitality professionals. Our readers can be found in the U.S., Northern Europe, Latin America and Asia.

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ANTHONY BOURDAIN WAS THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME

Remembering an icon

It’s been nearly two months since Anthony Bourdain committed suicide. If time heals all wounds, we still need a little more of it. Much has been written about Mr. Bourdain and his incomparable impact on the world we live in. More, perhaps, about mental health and the startling but all too real fact that nobody is safe. If after all even Anthony Bourdain, the man with one of the most enviable jobs on the planet, felt this way, then… 

 Jelle Steenbergen   Xiao-Er Kong

It still hurts. And not just because he was so good at his job. Not because he was an inspiration and an icon to many. Not just because his voice was perhaps the defining influence on food and travel writing everywhere. It still hurts because the world needs him now more than ever.

Bourdain transcended boundaries, and gave a voice to the voiceless. To the unknown and to those too often perceived as unknowable. To the immigrants breaking their backs in America’s kitchens. To the disenfranchised workers in the heart of Trump country just trying to get by. No matter who and no matter where he opened himself up and tried to understand. 

Bourdain transcended boundaries, and gave a voice to the voiceless. To the unknown and to those too often perceived as unknowable.

Like nobody else he captured the essence of food as a universal conduit for empathy, compassion, and a human connection. 

ANTHONY BOURDAIN WAS THE GREATEST OF ALL TIME

Remembering an icon

It’s been nearly two months since Anthony Bourdain committed suicide. If time heals all wounds, we still need a little more of it. Much has been written about Mr. Bourdain and his incomparable impact on the world we live in. More, perhaps, about mental health and the startling but all too real fact that nobody is safe. If after all even Anthony Bourdain, the man with one of the most enviable jobs on the planet, felt this way, then… 

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 Jelle Steenbergen   Xiao-Er Kong

It still hurts. And not just because he was so good at his job. Not because he was an inspiration and an icon to many. Not just because his voice was perhaps the defining influence on food and travel writing everywhere. It still hurts because the world needs him now more than ever.

Bourdain transcended boundaries, and gave a voice to the voiceless. To the unknown and to those too often perceived as unknowable.

Like nobody else he captured the essence of food as a universal conduit for empathy, compassion, and a human connection.