A oscuras y sin energía: así cocina el chef español José Andrés para los afectados del huracán Ida
"Los vientos están empeorando a medida que el huracán Ida toca tierra", detalla el cocinero español. "Ahora nos refugiaremos hasta que pase Ida".
UPDATE from Houma south of New Orleans, which was directly hit by eye of #Ida! Major damage all around…We’ve been serving @WCKitchen meals along the way as people lost everything. They wouldn’t let us in the shelter so we setup outside & everyone came anyway🤷♂️ #ChefsForLouisiana pic.twitter.com/8NcJq5EK1y— José Andrés (@chefjoseandres) August 31, 2021
Quick Hurricane #Ida update from the WCK team in New Orleans. 📸 Power across the city is still out this morning, but our Relief Food Truck is getting ready to begin cooking while the sandwich line prepares lunch! #ChefsForLouisiana pic.twitter.com/AtvP309Zzk— World Central Kitchen (@WCKitchen) August 30, 2021
After Hurricane #Ida: The tireless Chef Mollie plating thousands of @WCKitchen meals of pasta bolognese at our kitchen in New Orleans today! Lovingly delivered by @chefjoseandres to residents and emergency responders — along with fresh sandwiches & bananas! 🍌 #ChefsForLouisiana pic.twitter.com/kRieUqFsvH— Nate Mook (@natemook) August 30, 2021