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Jose Andres: The man who created an army of culinary first responders
by Sofia Perez
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16 September 2023
On 16 September 2023 BBC News reported:
Before chef Jose Andres became famous for World Central Kitchen, he had already scaled the heights of his profession building a culinary empire in Washington, DC and beyond -- nearly 40 restaurants to date. And don't forget to add bestselling author, TV host, podcast producer, educator, and Nobel Peace Prize nominee. His new cookbook celebrates the group's [World Central Kitchen] humanitarian impact.
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