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CAMDEN, N.J. (CBS) – New Jersey is planning a tribute to honor late celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain.

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A lawmaker introduced a resolution to create a “food trail” to honor the Jersey native, who died earlier this month.

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It would include the 10 restaurants Bourdain visited in the Garden State for an episode of his “Parts Unknown” show.

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That includes “Donkey’s Place” in Camden, which Bourdain said had one of the best cheesesteaks in the region.