The kitchen was set up by World Central Kitchen, a charity that establishes feeding systems in disaster and war zones.
Thousands of restaurants have closed while millions of Americans go hungry. It took a celebrity-chef-turned-gonzo-humanitarian to do anything about it.
If the World Series between the Houston Astros and Washington Nationals goes to Game 5, Andrés will pitch with the president in attendance.
Chefs Eric Ripert and José Andrés are celebrating the late CNN "Parts Unknown" host on what would have been his 63rd birthday.
“Longer tables, not higher walls!” the celebrity chef tweeted hours before Trump’s speech.
The celebrity chef’s nonprofit World Central Kitchen usually brings free meals to disaster victims, as it did after the California wildfires and Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico.
The celebrity chef and his team have served more than 2.3 million meals since Hurricane Maria struck.
They've fed hundreds of thousands of people and counting.