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BigmanPigman

(51,753 posts)
Thu Apr 4, 2024, 01:55 AM Apr 4

Chef Jose Andres is a true inspiration

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=970773006439904

I started following Tony Bourdain in 2001 since I love his attitude and that is where I first learned of Jose. Tony traveled with him on several episodes of No Reservations, Parts Unknown and The Layover. He has helped people in Haiti in 2010, Puerto Rico and all over the world since. Amd they both hate tRump...that automatically gets 2 thumbs up from me!

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"When the Earth opened from within in 2010 and swallowed large parts of Haiti, José Andrés wanted to help feed those Haitians in need, who were suddenly without homes or a semblance of their lives before the monstrous earthquake devoured it all.

When COVID-19 ravaged India throughout the summer of 2021, Andrés ran toward the epicenter and, together with the nonprofit he created following the 7.0 earthquake in Haiti, World Central Kitchen, he served healthy and nutritious food to 840,000 hospital and other front-line workers. More recently, Andrés was there in Kentucky after a series of tornadoes left hundreds of miles of destruction in their wake. Andrés worked with local food trucks and organizations to ensure survivors had freshly cooked meals.

Since that first venture in Haiti, Andrés’ organization has fed families in countries spanning the globe from Cambodia to Zambia.

Andrés knows the power of food."

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Chef Jose Andres is a true inspiration (Original Post) BigmanPigman Apr 4 OP
Thank the heavens that Chef Jose was not in one of those vehicles. Lonestarblue Apr 4 #1
Maybe all the negative press will end up being a good thing BigmanPigman Apr 4 #2

Lonestarblue

(10,345 posts)
1. Thank the heavens that Chef Jose was not in one of those vehicles.
Thu Apr 4, 2024, 03:39 AM
Apr 4

I hope he keeps working in Gaza, but he might have trouble recruiting volunteers now since the IDF seems out of control.

BigmanPigman

(51,753 posts)
2. Maybe all the negative press will end up being a good thing
Thu Apr 4, 2024, 04:18 AM
Apr 4

for Jose and WCK. People are pissed off and that may drive more workers to join the cause.

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