Where in the world is José Andrés? Washington, D.C., Miami, Los Angeles, Haiti, Spain, and who knows where else, sometimes seemingly all in the same week. He must have more frequent flyer miles than most of us have brain cells. Following this ceaselessly energetic and creative Spanish-born, D.C.-based chef on Twitter can give you whiplash. Today he's down in Port-au-Prince, strategizing about his plan to help install clean-cooking parabolic solar ovens, tomorrow he's settling down to tortillitas de camarón at his favorite seafood restaurant in Cádiz, yesterday he was dining with chef friends at one of his Las Vegas restaurants. In the past year, he has also premiered a short film about his culinary lab, minibar in Washington, D.C., on The Daily Meal, and joined The Daily Meal Council. Now he says that he wants to get involved in the fast food business. Whatever that means, we know it will be exciting. We don't know how he does it. Well, actually, we do: He does it with style, passion, humor, and endless inspirational messages to the "People of America."