'Guernica' in the Kitchen
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'Guernica' in the Kitchen

Can radical food be a form of radical art? Art critic Blake Gopnik and chef Jose Andres spend an afternoon at minibar to taste and explore. Video by Jennifer Carpenter for The Washington PostVideo by Jennifer Carpenter/The Washington Post

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