Multisensory Design Studio & Chef's Table Kitchen Theory in London, lead by Chef Jozef Youssef, is preparing food for the people of the city who need it during the coronavirus crisis.
Chef Youssef writes:
“In light of the current circumstances, our team at Kitchen Theory have turned our attention towards serving the community. As of 24/02 our team will be producing food and distributing it for free to those who are in need. So far we have reached out to the local community in North London, including hospitals (where some staff are struggling to get meals), carers, organisation (that look after elderly people in their homes) and the local food bank.
We are doing this as we consider food and nutrition to be a fundamental part of wellbeing and as people who are well and can cook, this is our way of rising to the current challenge.
If you think you can help in any way please reply to this email or email [email protected]
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