During a tribute dinner at February’s South Beach Food & Wine Festival, chef José Andrés opened his jacket to show a black T-shirt with its message: “I am an immigrant.”
During a tribute dinner at February’s South Beach Food & Wine Festival, chef José Andrés opened his jacket to show a black T-shirt with its message: “I am an immigrant.” Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald File
During a tribute dinner at February’s South Beach Food & Wine Festival, chef José Andrés opened his jacket to show a black T-shirt with its message: “I am an immigrant.” Matias J. Ocner Miami Herald File

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