José Andrés

The acclaimed chef opens up about food, family and achieving the American dream
Andrés at home in Bethesda, Md., with his three daughters.

When he’s not working at one of his restaurants across the country, José Andrés is busy feeding a more intimate crowd—his family. “I spend a lot of time traveling, but I always try to be back home on the weekends,” the 47-year-old chef says. “Some nights I come home early so

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