Jose Andres’ rise to DMV folk hero status continues apace.
Celebrity chef Jose Andres is expanding his humanitarian efforts to feed Baltimore residents during the coronavirus pandemic, with plans to hand out thousands of meals each week near the homes of the Orioles and Ravens.
A team that includes Jose Andres’ World Central Kitchen will be feeding those in need today at Maple Springs Baptist Church in Capitol Heights.
There won’t be any baseball at Nationals Park this week, but there’s still plenty going on at the home of the defending World Series Champions.
Celebrity chef José Andrés has been featured on TIME's newest cover as he works to feed world amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Celebrity chef Jose Andres is helping with coronavirus relief efforts in the D.C. region by donating medical masks to hospitals in the area.
Add D.C.'s own Chef Jose Andres to the list of celebrities telling you to stay home during the coronavirus pandemic.
Acclaimed D.C. chef Jose Andres is shuttering his restaurants in the area over coronavirus concerns.
D.C. celebrity chef and humanitarian José Andrés is helping feed quarantined passengers and crew of another cruise ship struck by coronavirus.
The World Central Kitchen, a non-profit founded by D.C. celebrity chef and humanitarian José Andrés, is helping feed workers and guests aboard the Diamond Princess cruise ship which has been quarantined in Japan due to coronavirus concerns.
Humanitarian and D.C. celebrity chef José Andrés is at it again, this time serving meals to earthquake victims in Puerto Rico.
José Andrés has been recognized for cooking up change.
Washington-based celebrity chef Jose Andrés got a big cheer when he lobbed the ceremonial first pitch ahead of Game 5 of the World Series at Nationals Park.
Acclaimed D.C. chef Jose Andres is assisting with the Hurricane Dorian recovery as best he can: by cooking for victims in the Bahamas.
'Chefs for Feds,' led by Celebrity Chef Jose Andres and his non-profit organization World Central Kitchen is opening Wednesday. The pop-up kitchen and cafe is being opened to feed federal workers and their families during the government shutdown.
D.C. entrepreneur and Chef Jose Andres announced Monday that he will be opening a pop-up kitchen to feed government workers.
As thousands of federal employees work without pay or remain on furlough, D.C. entrepreneur and Chef Jose Andres announced Monday that he will be opening a pop-up kitchen to feed government workers.
FOX 5's Evan Lambert has more on what freebies and discounts are being offered to federal workers in the D.C. area.
FOX 5's Lauren DeMarco reports.
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