On the Sunday after Thanksgiving Day, Anderson Cooper reports on efforts by chef José Andrés to feed thousands of hurricane-stricken Puerto Ricans. Andrés is the 48-year-old chef from Spain who is known for bringing the small plates dining (tapas) concept to America. He owns more than 20 restaurants including his two signature restaurants — minibar by José Andrés in Washington, D.C. and é by José Andrés in Las Vegas — and Mi Casa in Dorado Beach, Puerto Rico, which is closed “until further notice.” Mi Casa, which is located at the Ritz-Carlton, was known for its Paella Night — when Andres’ signature dish with lobster, vegetables and veal cheek is served from 6pm to 10pm.
José Andrés is also the author of three cookbooks: Tapas: A Taste of Spain in America (2005); Vamos A Cocinar: Las Mejores Recetas del Programa de Tve (based on his TV show Vamos a cocinar); and Made in Spain: Spanish Dishes for the American Kitchen (see link above). 60 Minutes airs Sundays at 7:30pm on CBS. [related: Celeb Chef Trolls Trump While Helping Puerto Rico Recovery]