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When disaster strikes, Chef Jose Andres is on the ground
by Leanne Italie
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27 September 2019
On 27 September 2019 The Associated Press reported:
After earthquakes, as hurricanes blow and drench, when wildfires chew through neighborhoods, and volcanoes spew deadly lava, look for a gregarious chef toting huge and mighty paella pans. His name is Jose Andres, and he might just be changing some rules on how expedient food relief is distributed to victims of disaster when they need it the most: Now, not days from now.
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