José fed an island

If all José Andrés ever accomplished in his life was notoriety for introducing tapas to Americans, building a restaurant empire and having multiple culinary awards, his legacy as an innovative chef would be assured. But over the past few years, Andrés has transcended his professional achievements to become an outspoken advocate and humanitarian, exemplified in … Continue reading José fed an island

A gentle pit stop

Since my son Keller started college, I must have driven on I-66 and I-81 in Virginia dozens of times. As beautiful as the drive is—characterized by a bucolic landscape of rolling hills; farm animals grazing on lush, green grass and exits to wineries and charming small towns—I’ve seldom stopped to sample the local fare and … Continue reading A gentle pit stop