Earlier this month, the famous chef was in town for the Invincible Spirit Festival at San Antonio Military Medical Center. In addition to filming 11 seasons of “Restaurant Impossible” since 2011, Irvine has a book coming out this summer, “Fit Fuel: A Chef’s Guide to Eating Well, Getting Fit and Living Your Best Life.” Catch Irvine in person when he comes to San Antonio on Thursday for a performance at the Tobin Center for the Performing Arts. Here, Irvine speaks about his upcoming live performance, his show “Restaurant Impossible,” and his own San Antonio chef connection. What should people expect at “Robert Irvine Live”? The viewers and guests pick the equipment that I have and don’t have, watch a lot of video, interact tremendously. A lot of people wanted to see me, and they couldn’t get to the restaurants, so I decided to take the restaurant to them.