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Eric Ripert and Anthony Bourdain Reveal Their Porn Names

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Grub Street chats with the BFFS about what makes them cry, their dream women, and their porn names

Eric Ripert's upcoming YouTube series "On the Table" premieres tomorrow, and of course he got together with best friend (4eva) Anthony Bourdain and chatted with Alyssa Shelasky over on Grub Street. And the two of them together definitely loosened up the charming chef.

On his dream woman, Bourdain lists off Ursula Andress of Dr. No and Mrs. Peel in The Avengers, while Ripert chooses Catherine Deneuve and Cindy Crawford. "Eva Mendes, no. Too close to home. My wife is Puerto Rican," Ripert said. Breaking our hearts, you two.

Of course the duo got a bit buzzed and shared the last movie that made them cry (Bourdain confesses to tearing up watching Toy Story 3, while Ripert said The Wall), but the best part of the interview is definitely when they reveal what their porn star names would be.

Taking the name of their first pet and the street they grew up on, Ripert concedes that his pornstar name would be (drumroll), "Sammy ... and I was in the mountains, there was no street really ... umm ... Rue ... Mouffetard!"

"Oooh, that's good. [In film announcer voice.] 'Sammy Mouffetard is back, and this time it's for real.' Me, I'm Poochie Orchard," Bourdain said. Nice.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Chef Eric Ripert, who found Anthony Bourdain in hotel room, speaks about ➾st friend'

Chef, author and TV host Anthony Bourdain has died at the age of 61. He was found unresponsive by his long-time friend, chef Eric Ripert, in his hotel room in France where the duo was filming an episode of his award-winning TV series, "Parts Unknown."

It has been reported that suicide was the cause of death.

In a statement issued to TODAY, Ripert responded to the tragedy:

"Anthony was a dear friend. He was an exceptional human being, so inspiring and generous. One of the great storytellers of our time who connected with so many.

"I wish him peace. My love and prayers are with his family, friends and loved ones."

There has perhaps never been a more endearing, silver-haired bromance in the history of culinary television: Ripert's soft-spoken, fine-dining French chef character was the perfect foil for Bourdain's unwieldy, bad boy, try-anything-once persona.

"I like to bring the distinguished three-star Michelin chef and good friend Eric Ripert someplace every year and torture him," Bourdain said recently. He'd "torture" him, in the most loving way possible, with unbearably spicy foods and refills upon refills of alcohol.


Watch the video: Eric Ripert grills Anthony Bourdain (July 2022).


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