Anderson Cooper shared some of his fond memories of his late friend Anthony Bourdain during his Thanksgiving episode of Anderson Cooper Full Circle.
During the show, the 53-year-old newsman shared a clip from a 2015 broadcast with Bourdain, in which the two made 'Sunday Gravy' together.
The celebrity would later die by suicide in 2018.
Old friends: Anderson Cooper, 53, remember his late friend Anthony Bourdain on a Thursday segment of his show, which featured a clip of the two from 2015; seen together in 2016Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
'Obviously this is a holiday that revolves around food and family — both the family you're born with and the family that you choose or make for yourself, your friends and your loved ones,' Cooper opened the reflective segment.
'I was proud to call Anthony Bourdain a friend. Some of my favorite memories of him beyond his remarkable body of work on CNN, and other networks before us, was being with him in the kitchen,' he continued.
'From time to time he'd return from his travels, tell me about his adventures and film the segments for my program and he'd sort of try to teach me how to cook.'
Bourdain's career began as a chef in New York City, where he rose to become the executive chef at the Brasserie Les Halles.
Good times: 'I was proud to call Anthony Bourdain a friend. Some of my favorite memories of him beyond his remarkable body of work on CNN, and other networks before us, was being with him in the kitchen,' Anderson said; seen in May 2019
Fond memory: Bourdain, who would do period cooking tutorials on Cooper's show, taught him how to make 'Sunday Gravy' in the 2015