A True Agent of Change, One Plate at a Time

To say that I love Anthony Bourdain is an understatement. “Cooks Tour” and “No Reservations” were my everything in early 2000’s. It was on those shows I first heard of Chef José Andrés. Since those episodes, I’ve followed his career and added his restaurants to a list places to eat before I die. What he’s doing in Puerto Rico, amidst the red tape, confusion, disaster, and loss amazes me. He has a talent, saw a need for that talent, and began to do what he does best. Feed people. We should all be so motivated in times of need.

See his interview with Anderson Cooper on “Feeding Puerto Rico” here – https://www.cbsnews.com/videos/feeding-puerto-rico/

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3 Thoughts to “A True Agent of Change, One Plate at a Time”

  1. Have you read his books? If not, highly recommend. Also (as a side note) I actually wrote for the Travel Channel for No Reservations! 🙂

    1. dankimbrough

      I used to teach Kitchen Confidential and have read a few others. He fueled my early love of cooking and food. And you did what?! How has that never come up?

      1. I have no idea. I used to review episodes of No Reservations. Example

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