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New York chef turns Michelin-starred eatery into charity kitchen in COVID-19 crisis
by Roselle Chen
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22 May 2020
On 22 May 2020 Reuters reported:
Top chefs have switched to catering for some of the city's poorest during the COVID-19 pandemic. Chef Daniel Humm of Eleven Madison Park, who is used to being paid for fine dining with exclusive credit cards, says his richest reward during the COVID-19 crisis is the grateful smiles of poor New Yorkers fed by the Michelin three-starred restaurant he has turned into a charity kitchen.
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Cooks at his Manhattan eatery, which was named World's Best Restaurant in 2017 by the World's 50 Best Restaurants Academy, are preparing 3,000 meals a day for frontline workers and underprivileged New Yorkers, most of them distributed at a Harlem church.
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