Feud Continues Between Anthony Bourdain and Paula Deen
Anthony Bourdain and Paula Deen are still at odds as Bourdain calls Deen "greedy" and Deen makes reference to demons from Bourdain's past. INSIDE EDITION has the scoop.
The food fight between celebrity chefs Paula Deen and Anthony Bourdain is back on the front burner.
Appearing on Good Morning America, Bourdain did not let up on his attacks on Paula Deen, who revealed in January that she's suffering from Type 2 Diabetes and that she was being paid to promote a Diabetes drug.
"I found that in excruciatingly bad taste. I think it's unconscionable, cynical and greedy," Bourdain said, "I mean $30 million a year. How much money do you really need?"
No comment yet from Paula Deen, but in the May issue of Prevention magazine she made a reference to Bourdain's admitted past drug use.
"I wish him the best. I know he's had his demons, and I hope they are under control," said Deen.
Bourdain was promoting the new season of his Travel Channel show, No Reservations. On tonight's episode he visits a barbeque joint. The irony wasn't lost on Bourdain.
"Here I am talking trash about Paula Deen and here we've got this mountain of food. Eat in moderation, folks. Share this with ten people," said Bourdain.
Deen says she is eating healthy these days. But check out this tweet to fans over the Easter holiday weekend:
"What could make a traditional hot cross bun better? The answer, of course, is chocolate!"
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