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José Andrés: What I'm Thankful For

This year, as I light my stove to make my Thanksgiving dinner, I will be thankful to have that flame. That clean and clear flame that I’ll use to boil a pot of water for my potatoes, or simmer my turkey gravy; this fire that I have at my fingertips, it’s something we often take for granted. 466 more words

Zarabanda! Deschutes, Spain, and Getting Outside the Box

This past spring, a young home brewer pal of mine messaged me and asked if I’d suggest a recipe for a beer; “the weirder the better”, he said, which piqued my interest immediately. 1,253 more words

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The 100 Very Best Restaurants for 2014

November 1, 2014

A $250-per-person modernist joy ride with José Andrés at the wheel. A $12.50 takeout box of the crispiest fried chicken we’ve ever tasted. 165 more words

Hospitality Shero

Thursday Night Dinner at Oyamel

I’ve been hearing rave reviews of Oyamel since I moved to DC over a year ago. One of José Andrés many culinary successes, Oyamel serves up the classic Mexican fare found if you were eating your way through Mexico City. 173 more words

Restaurant

José Andrés to Enter Fast Casual Segment in D.C.

José Andrés, the Ferran Adrià prodigy who popularized Spanish cuisine in the U.S., will be launching a vegetable-focused fast casual concept. The first location of ‘Beefsteak” (play on the tomato variety), will open on campus at George Washington University in Washington D.C. 288 more words

Global Market Buzz

The Bloggette Bites: The Bazaar by José Andrés (Los Angeles Special Edition)

Located in the SLS Hotel Beverly Hills nests a quaint restaurant filled with culinary magic, The Bazaar. Featuring New American, tapas style dining, this is the place to go when you’re out for a night in the town. 1,114 more words

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