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Anthony Bourdain is pushing again after one other controversy over probably offensive Canadian nicknames.

The celeb chef’s CNN present, “Parts Unknown,” aired an episode on Sunday on the cultural and culinary heritage of Newfoundland and Labrador.

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But, after it aired somebody requested Bourdain on Twitter why two Quebec cooks have been with him when he visited the province final fall, eating with native cooks on delicacies like moose meat and genuine fish and chips.

Bourdain shot again, saying the 2 “Frenchies” have been those “solely responsible for enticing me there.”

He mentioned the cooks – Fred Morin and David McMillan of Joe Beef in Montreal – have been more practical advocates for Canadian tourism than the tourism board.

The “Frenchies” remark sparked an animated defence of Bourdain, with some Newfoundlanders calling the tweet idiotic, harmful and “salty and rude,” whereas additionally apologizing to Bourdain and the Quebec cooks.

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The newest kerfuffle comes after the present took on-line warmth for utilizing the time period “Newfie” in a now-deleted tweet selling the episode on Newfoundland and Labrador, with folks informing Bourdain it’s thought-about offensive and derogatory by many.

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