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  • Our next guest is genuinely one of the greatest humanitarians

  • I know, or anyone would know.

  • Please welcome my friend, chef José Andrés.

  • I love you so much.

  • I love you more.

  • All right.

  • And that's Andy in the background.

  • I'm not letting him in the house because we're you know.

  • So he's in the yard.

  • Hi, Andy.

  • [SPEAKING SPANISH]

  • Wow, good Spanish, man.

  • [SPEAKING SPANISH]

  • Yeah.

  • Muy bien.

  • All right.

  • José, you are always, always helping.

  • You're on the front lines no matter.

  • You were in Puerto Rico.

  • You were in Malibu after the fires.

  • You were in Monicito.

  • You're always helping.

  • And now New York is hit so hard.

  • Tell me what it's like out there because you

  • are on the front lines.

  • Listen, right now the people of World Central Kitchen,

  • we are in more than 30 cities.

  • We are not only in the United States, but we are in Spain.

  • We are in Colombia, and Venezuela, and Puerto Rico,

  • and Virgin Islands.

  • And let me tell you, only Washington, DC,

  • when you go around, you see that all of the southern homeless

  • are not going back to their shelters

  • because they're afraid.

  • All of the southern utterly homeless

  • they need help because the people that

  • were providing for them, for different reasons

  • are not able to do so.

  • And an organization like World Central Kitchen or others

  • have to step in to feed those otherly that need our love now

  • more than ever.

  • Hospitals that all of the sudden they

  • need help because they have more work.

  • It's more people, more doctors, more nurses working 24/7,

  • and they need our help because sometimes the kitchens in those

  • hospitals cannot keep up.

  • What Central Kitchen, the men and woman,

  • and many other organizations, we are here

  • to support those doctors and nurses fighting this war.

  • The least we can do, in this case, cooks like me,

  • is being there feeding anybody the needs

  • of our support of our help and showing that the plate of food

  • is the beginning of a better tomorrow.

  • Yes.

  • And you have been--

  • I mean, since COVID-19 began, you've served,

  • I think, two million meals, 40,000 meals a day in New York

  • alone.

  • How are you able to do that?

  • I mean, I know that you have a lot of help,

  • but you're keeping so many people employed too, right?

  • We have a strategy to cover all grounds as possible.

  • It's things that we do as World Central Kitchen, others

  • that we do as partners.

  • And others that we give ideas to third parties

  • to come with simple solutions.

  • So yes, we are almost there to get to the 2 million meals.

  • Before we know it, we're already doing

  • close to a quarter million meals a day if not more.

  • What we are here is to cover the blind spots.

  • We are here to bring the witty and creativity of America

  • in a moment of disrepair and transform it

  • into an opportunity.

  • If anybody's hungry we're going to be there covering

  • their needs.

  • So that's what we do at World Central Kitchen.

  • And this is Leo DiCaprio, who I love, my pal.

  • He's the one who has helped start this American Food Fund.

  • Tell everyone how-- everyone's watching this and everybody

  • wants to help in every way they can

  • when we're in a position like this,

  • whether it's donating money, or time, or whatever.

  • But what can people do to help you?

  • So DiCaprio is an angel.

  • I love him.

  • And he partnered with Laurene Powell Jobs

  • and they create this fund on GoFundMe

  • slash America's Food Fund to help Feeding America, the food

  • banks of the United States and World Central Kitchen.

  • So if you want to help, use any $1

  • is going to be helping organizations

  • like Feeding America and World Central

  • Kitchen to make sure that we come up

  • with the smart solutions to feed people.

  • We don't want this to be a crisis

  • on the humanitarian front.

  • We want to make sure that food is the solution,

  • and that we can help families in this moment that

  • is kind of a difficult moment for many people.

  • But actually, through good solutions

  • we can look at the future with hope.

  • It's so incredible.

  • It really is.

  • Yes, it is.

  • Obviously, all the medical, the first responders, the nurses,

  • the doctors, everyone needs money and needs help.

  • But there are so many people that

  • are going hungry right now.

  • So what you're doing is--

  • And I also want to say that I think food insecurity is

  • one of those things that a lot of people

  • are embarrassed to say they're going through.

  • A lot of people are ashamed to say

  • they can't feed their family.

  • And by not letting it become a crisis,

  • and by doing it without any shame,

  • I really think you're a Saint.

  • I really, really do.

  • You know, my mother, my father, they were nurses.

  • My father and mother would have different shifts

  • in the hospital back in Spain.

  • We're in Spain right now in six cities.

  • And I always saw that those nurses, those doctors,

  • they were giving away everything they got inside themselves.

  • And I think everybody that we are helping in the back,

  • we are supporting indirectly the amazing job

  • that those men and women are doing in every single hospital.

  • Not only in America, but around the world.

  • Yes, I agree with Andy.

  • You're a Saint.

  • We're going to take a break.

  • We're going to come back with José.

  • And I think you're going to teach us

  • how to make a cocktail that we can start drinking

  • first thing in the morning.

  • I don't preach.

  • I only share.

  • I only share.

  • OK.

  • Hi, I'm Andy.

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  • Ah!

  • [BLEEP] [BLEEP] God!

  • [BLEEP]

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