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Signing off on 2016

I can’t believe 2016 is over, and how all over the place it was. I spent time in Vietnam, Thailand, Laos, Malaysia, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Canada, Mexico, and rediscovered my love for California and the United States. 399 more words


"The Girl Who Ate Boston" Nibbles DC: Minibar

Following the release of D.C.’s first-ever Michelin Guide in October, I want to tell you about a meal in that city so memorable that I still talk about it two years later. 1,934 more words


2016 The Year End Review – the intersection of the Foodboom and Politics.

(Warning this is Fake News)

Anthony Bourdain to Challenge Trump for the Presidency in 2020

The omnipresent Bourdain issued a press release establishing an exploratory committee to seek the nations’ highest office. 1,112 more words


é by José Andrés

After experiencing Gaggan, I had the fine dining bug. é is an exclusive 9-seat chefs table inside of chef José Andrés’ restaurant Jaleo at the Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, serving 20-something courses made right before your very eyes. 223 more words


Trump's Cowardly Attempts to Duck Out of Deposition DENIED by Judge

When Donald Trump launched his Presidential campaign with a racist tirade against Mexicans, back in June 2015, celebrity chef Jose Andres responded as any self-respecting Latino would, by canceling plans to open a restaurant in the orange-skinned bigot’s new Washington, DC hotel ( 265 more words

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China Chilcano - Washington, D.C.

I was invited to China Chilcano for a birthday dinner.  This is a José Andrés Chinese-Peruvian fusion restaurant.  The space is well decorated with a mural and colorful lights.   64 more words

Here, share this.

The FoodboombloggerWest tackles another burning issue: the small plate trend and sharing.

I object. Enough. No more small plate formats please. I don’t like to share. 809 more words