Look back at Anthony Bourdain's Houston episode of 'Parts Unknown'

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Anthony Bourdain is dead at 61 after committing suicide, CNN reports.

This article reviewing the Houston episode of "Parts Unknown" was originally posted on October 30, 2016, after the show aired.

On Sunday night, Anthony Bourdain, the chef-turned author and traveler, debuted the Houston episode of his highly-rated CNN show "Anthony Bourdain Parts Unknown."

Thanks to social media and a few preview clips, we've known for awhile some of the places Bourdain visited during his week-long stay in June: dinner at the Plant It Forward farm in Montrose with Congolese refugee farmers; lunch at acclaimed Indo-Pak restaurant Himalaya; a Bollywood dance party at Keemat Grocers; and barbecue at Burns BBQ followed by a slab party with Houston hip hop artist Slim Thug.
Still, the episode held a few surprises that the previews only hinted at in the form of a quinceanera in Pasadena, a trip to a Lee High School, time with a Vietnamese shrimper in Palacios, and a cricket match in Richmond.

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