José Ramón Andrés Puerta, known as José Andrés, is a Spanish American chef often credited for bringing the small plates dining concept to America. He owns restaurants in Washington DC, Beverly Hills, Las Vegas, South Beach and Dorado. Andrés is chair of the advisory board for LA Kitchen, a social enterprise in Los Angeles, California that works to reduce food waste, provide job training, and increase access to nutritious food... (wikipedia)
It is time to embrace and celebrate ketchup, not be ashamed of it.
My family and I cook at home almost every day together. The kitchen is the central and most important room in the house; it's a great way for us to connect. We love going to the farmer's market on Sundays as a family and choosing the ingredients together.
I believe no chef becomes what he becomes without having many people influence him.
Everyone should wake up and have a fresh-squeezed orange every day. By having a fresh glass of orange juice with American oranges, you are supporting the local economy, you have all the vitamin C you need in a day, and you support the environment because you don't use any plastic from bottles or bags.
The modernity of yesterday is the tradition of today, and the modernity of today will be tradition tomorrow.
Like many parents after a long family holiday, I usually welcome the moment when my kids head back to school.
I mix mayonnaise, ketchup and brandy and a little bit of mustard. This is a heck of a good sauce for seafood.
Soy sauce and seaweed go really well with potato chips.
IBM has research and development; so do Microsoft and Nike and even Jose Andres. But there hasn't been enough R&D; on feeding people in the Third World. This has to be part of the process; if not, we'll keep throwing money at the problem instead of investing in true solutions.
Simple ingredients, treated with respect... put them together and you will always have a great dish.