Now, she will almost certainly be the youngest woman ever elected to Congress. In Tuesday night's Democratic primary, the daughter of a Puerto Rican mother and a father from the Bronx defeated Joe Crowley, a titan of the New York Democratic machine who has sat in Congress since and was widely seen as a potential successor to House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.
CNN Originally published on June 8, 9: Anthony Bourdain and Ofeibea Quist-Arcton had breakfast at Marche Kermel — a popular market in the heart of Dakar selling fruits, vegetables, herbs, seafood and meat.
He was clearly impressed with the food, Quist-Arcton recalls: But he seemed even more interested in eating and drinking in the history, the culture, the people, everything about Senegal — and especially its harmony and tolerance. And that even though Senegal is a majority Muslim nation, its people elected a Catholic as its first president after independence from France in He said Senegal is one of those places that "leads you to believe maybe there is hope in the world.
Did Bourdain seem like an international TV star? There was a modesty there, and a will to learn. Right from the minute he sat down and we started chatting, you could feel that. He does seem very intense. An hour or two.
He is pretty intense, I guess, but positively intense.
When he flashed that smile, he seemed just like anyone else you might know. And he was a jolly good listener.
He feels like food gets to the heart of a culture. One of the foods you ate with him was lakh — what is that? This one had raisins. There were some bottles of liquid on the outdoor table where you and Bourdain ate — are those the fruit juices that Bourdain sampled?
The Senegalese make juice from just about every fruit you find — the baobab [bouye], the tamarind [tamarin], red sorrel [bissap], mango, pineapple, ditakh.
Their juices are totally delicious. We had ginger the Senegalese call it by the English name, pronounced jinjehrrr baobab and bissap that morning. Any other impressions of Bourdain you can share? Monsieur Bourdain has a lot of tattoos on his arms.
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