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Chef Jose Andres has built a global reputation for high-quality, high-end food. But he insists that it’s possible to eat healthy, tasty seasonal food without breaking the bank. Jose Andres joins us to discuss vegetable-centered cooking for meat lovers, and offer tips for stretching pantries and grocery budgets in the spring.
- Jose Andres Host of PBS' "Made in Spain" and chef/owner of Cafe Atlantico, Jaleo, Zaytinya, Oyamel and minibar by jose andres. He's also author of several cookbooks, including "Tapas: A Taste of Spain in America."
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