José Andrés, Daniel Gorman, Garrett Mukogawa, Chris Leahy, Ryuki Kawasaki
José Andrés has joined the faculty of the New York City-based International Culinary Center, formerly known as the French Culinary Institute, as dean of Spanish studies. A pioneer in both traditional and modern Spanish cuisine in the United States and chef-owner of the ThinkFoodGroup based in Washington, D.C., Andrés will oversee a curriculum covering Spanish history, geography and culture as well as the country’s cuisine and wine. Daniel Gorman, chef de cuisine at ...
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