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Many of Chef Jose Andres’ small plates tell a story– of the diverse culinary traditions of his home country of Spain, and of his own personal journey to the top of Washington’s restaurant scene. Now he’s also telling stories on his new TV series on public television. We talk with him about the places where he honed his craft, and the future of cuisine in his adopted home city.
- Jose Andres Executive Chef at Jaléo, Cafe Atlantico, Zaytinya, and Oyamel; and author of "Tapas: A Taste of Spain in America" (Clarkson Potter)
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