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José Andrés
We all are Citizens of the World. What's good for you, must be good for all. If you are lost, share a plate of food with a stranger...you will find who you are.
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José Andrés 1h
Quick report from ground zero in Guatemala where we were bringing sandwiches and drinks to families...
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José Andrés 1h
Ben is no shame in your view or in mine. Democracy is about views, that you think one way doesn’t mean I’m wrong, or that you are the only one holding the truth. Reality is that your views are not suppprted by vast majority of resturant industry.
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José Andrés 2h
Chef Alejandro came from 🇵🇷 to support our 🇬🇹 operation! are building a movement of cooks who can support in times of need!
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José Andrés 3h
And that is not in the list?😎😘
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José Andrés 3h
I try to mention many of you all the time..... but you are right!
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José Andrés 3h
Si las montañas pudieran hablar.....
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José Andrés 3h
Yo no sé si estoy mínimamente relacionado....pero no estoy en la gran mentira....
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Chris Roche 4h
I just voted NO after speaking to 20+ DC waiters and bartenders- not a single one supports this.
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José Andrés 3h
So proud of our Mexican heroes working hard on ground zero I’m happy has been able to feed them everyday and all rescue workers at ground zero of the Lahar....
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ThinkFoodGroup 3h
TONIGHT 9pm on watch as visits his favorites, including an unforgettable experience, on . We’ll be watching!
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José Andrés 6h
You are entitled to your opinion, but you didn’t had the time to talk anyone in DC obviously. Nobody of the workers affected by this want it.....
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chris 7h
Replying to @chefjoseandres
Just ate at China Chilcano which was delicious, also spoke with my server who felt he would earn less as people would tip less if wages raised. Leave it up to those working in the industry!
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Dr John La Puma 6h
. brilliant commencement address tying together food, policy, humility, leadership, kindness. "I am a cook" ...and so much more. Congratulations
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José Andrés 6h
. Muchas gracias a esta escuela y a sus profesores y alumnos en Escuintla ayudando a producir miles de comidas con para los Refugios!
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José Andrés 6h
So proud of delivering a Water filtration system to the Church of Nuestra Señora de Guadalupe and working all day on maintenance. We are helping here with kitchen equipment and some meals even they have a great kitchen!
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José Andrés 6h
Our team ready to deliver 1,300 meals to the community in Ceilán near the top of
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José Andrés 7h
Gracias Maestro y amigo...
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🏳️‍🌈Marta Alessandra 10h
Shedding tears watching ask a tomato it’s secrets with a smiling, curious Bourdain listening intently 🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅🍅
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José Andrés 7h
Anthony......relax. You should listen to the vast majority of people that don’t want this initiative...why you push on people what they don’t want? You are the disappointing one, and by the way Im proud of creating jobs....
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Bon Vivant DC 10h
Read the reporting by & take yourself to lunch somewhere before you vote. Sit at the bar & talk to as many tipped workers as you can. Listen to the people who this will affect the most, the ppl this initiative misguidedly aims to help. (They’re overwhelmingly against it)
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