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Chef Jose Andres on ‘the most amazing business in the world’


Copyright: The Washington Post

February 15, 2012



A potato chip made of air. When it comes to the potato, world-renowned chef Jose Andres, says everything has been done before, including turning one of America’s favorite snacks into sort of a foamed potato chip. Indeed, converting the physical state of the potato chip is among Andres’s many technological accomplishments in the kitchen. "We did turn them into air,” said Andres, a font of innovation in the culinary arts, “but people didn't get it." Andres doesn’t seem to care much that people get it, so long as they stay with him for the entirety of the ride...


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