When a natural disaster strikes, chef José Andrés and his World Central Kitchen are never far behind, ready to feed those in need. And now the Michelin-starred chef is serving up low-cost meals in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak.
Andrés is turning eight of his famous restaurants in New York City and Washington, DC into gourmet soup kitchens. Volunteers are cooking up the $7 to-go meals but the price is flexible for those who are struggling to make ends meet.
“Those who cannot afford to pay we will welcome as well,” Andrés said.
Source: New York Post
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