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Jeff Bezos Awards $100 Million to José Andrés
José Andrés and World Central Kitchen have been awarded a donation of $100 million by the richest man in the world.
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José Andrés to Open Two New York Restaurants
José Andrés will open two New York restaurants in Manhattan's NoMad neighbourhood later this year. Find out more.
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José Andrés' World Central Kitchen Feeds Hungry Texans
José Andrés' World Central Kitchen has teamed up with local independent restaurants to feed Hungry Texans, as the south of the United States is in the grip of a severe weather crisis.
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José Andrés Wins the Basque Culinary World Prize 2020
The Spanish-American chef has been announced as this year's winner for his global humanitarian relief efforts with World Central Kitchen. See the list of ten other special mention chefs also using gastronomy for positive change.
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Nate Mook: "With Coronavirus, chefs have a central role to play"
Nate Mook, CEO of World Central Kitchen, on how food is a question that can't be ignored when it comes to coronavirus.
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José Andrés goes back to university (again)
Chef Jose Andres is opening a fast-casual Butterfly outlet on the John Hopkins University campus in Baltimore, Maryland.
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José Andrés deploys World Central Kitchen Team to Oz
Humanitarian chef José Andrés has sent in his team to the New South Wales region of Australia to help feed communities devastated by the ongoing wildfires.
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Next serves up "The Best of José Andrés"
Next by Alinea Group in Chicago is serving a menu that pays homage to José Andrés
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José Andrés in the eye of Hurricane Dorian
The chef leads the relief operation for World Central Kitchen in the Bahamas for Hurricane Dorian
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Top Chefs Serve to Love at US Open
The big-name tennis players like Serena Williams and Rafael Nadal are not the only draw for crowds at the US Open in Fl