An in-depth profile on Chef Jose Andrés for TIME Magazine hammers home the essential role immigrants play in America in general and especially now on the front lines of the COVID-19 outbreak; particularly when it comes to feeding the nation. The profile comes after Chef Andrés’s appearance on the... Continue »
Tim Carman’s latest piece for the Washington Post reports that chef José Andrés and World Central Kitchen are now feeding 3,000 migrants and asylum seekers gathered at the U.S. border each day. This is the latest reminder that what we are witnessing at the border is a humanitarian crisis... Continue »
On the heels of the “Day Without Latinos” strike in Wisconsin and the Yemeni-American grocers strike in New York City, immigrants will hold “A Day Without Immigrants” in Washington, DC tomorrow. The campaign — meant to show the impact immigrant workers have on the local and national economies —... Continue »
Is this some expert trolling from Chef José Andrés, or just a coincidence? The world-famous chef tweeted earlier this morning that he was on his way to the battleground state of Florida to campaign with Democratic Presidential nominee, Hillary Clinton. You know it is going to be an amazing day when you... Continue »
World famous chef José Andrés was among the six Latinos honored by the White House earlier this week for their cultural contributions to America. From NBC News Latino: President Barack Obama awarded the National Medal of Art and Humanities to five renowned Hispanics who have played key roles in... Continue »
Donald Trump can forget about a trendy meal during the GOP convention next month: The Republican Presidential nominee is persona non grata at some of Cleveland’s most popular restaurants. “There’s not a chance I’d let him into one of my restaurants,” Michael Symon, a respected Cleveland chef, restaurateur and television personality,... Continue »