Friday, April 24, 2015

Anthony Bourdain Cooks For Anderson Cooper

Anderson Cooper was in the AC360 anchor chair and the segment of Anthony Bourdain cooking for Anderson aired  ~


These are the photos that were posted to social media at the time of the filming in early March.

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aries moon said...

For such a big world traveler, AC's not so big on branching out and trying new foods. Can't really go wrong with Ramen.

Anonymous said...

How is Jack Gray?

Anonymous said...

Why his a 360 ignoring the campaign trail and the "religious freedom" discriminatory laws? It just seems ac360 is being very lazy in their coverage for a long time. AC rarely travels for work anymore to cover stories. I wish ac360 would go back to how it was 4 years ago pr 6 years ago. This show has turned for the worse...sadly

aries moon said...

Judging from Anderson's quotes and the enthusiastic tweets of audience members who attended AC's event in Phoenix the other day, he's a lot more thoughtful, open, engaged and opinionated than he is able to be on 360. 360 can be very frustrating to watch, but I'm not sure that all of the fault is on AC's shoulders. When he's away from CNN, he seems to come into his own and shine--he is a very powerful and inspirational speaker. His talent is being wasted at CNN.

I am hoping that 360 will cover the so-called religious freedom bills and SCOTUS as they examine same sex marriage and lethal injections. Chris Hayes and Rachel Maddow seem to cover these issues more than AC.

Jaanza said...

@Anon @11:00 PM - Anderson did go to Ferguson MO for a couple of days to report on the aftermath of Michael Brown's shooting. I'll have to do some research on whether he went to South Carolina after Walter Scott was shot.
A few days ago Jake Tapper was in Baltimore and I thought Anderson would be too because they were both in Ferguson at the same time but Anderson stayed in NYC.
Maybe Anderson will go to Nepal when things become a little more stabilized there.