Of the many articles that pay homage to dads of the world, I particularly enjoyed this recent essay on BonAppetit.com by writer, chef, and television host Anthony Bourdain, where he talks honestly about his relationship with his dad. It’s a beautiful tribute to the man who taught Bourdain what he knows about food, family, and fatherhood: “He taught me early that the value of a dish is the pleasure it brings you; where you are sitting when you eat it—and who you are eating it with—are what really matter.” Simple and important, any way you slice it.
Read other great dad quotes from Bourdain and more in our Twitter-friendly round-up: Tweeter’s Digest: Celeb Dads’ Quotes #fathersday.
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