(The Washington Post)
Food
Food Diaries of the Famous: José Andrés
Chef José Andrés discusses the first thing he ate in America, his political aspirations, and what would have happened if he had worked with President Trump. The chef’s new book about his emergency relief work in Puerto Rico, “We Fed An Island,” comes out September 11.
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