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'''José Andrés''' is an internationally known chef with many successful restaurants around the [[USA]]. He is originally from [[Spain]]. He is also a social activist, who uses his entrepreneurial success and boundless energy to help peoples in disadvantaged countries. In spring 2010 he was part of a team from [[Solar For Hope]], which headed to [[Haiti]] to help with earthquake relief. As part of their efforts they distributed [[parabolic solar cooker]]s and provided training. Inspired by this project, José founded the [[World Central Kitchen]], a foundation focused on feeding vulnerable people, supporting the local agricultural economy through local food purchases, and promoting nutritious foods, recipes, and environmentally sustainable cooking fuels and technologies.
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'''José Andrés''' is an internationally known chef with many successful restaurants around the [[USA]]. He is originally from [[Spain]]. He is also a social activist, who uses his entrepreneurial success and boundless energy to help peoples in disadvantaged countries. In spring 2010 he was part of a team from [[Solar For Hope]], which headed to [[Haiti]] to help with earthquake relief. As part of their efforts they distributed [[parabolic solar cooker]]s and provided training. Inspired by this project, José founded the [[World Central Kitchen]], a foundation focused on feeding vulnerable people, supporting the local agricultural economy through local food purchases, and promoting nutritious foods, recipes, and environmentally sustainable cooking fuels and technologies.
   
 
==News and recent developments==
 
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*'''November 2011:''' Celebrity chef [[José Andrés]] makes an impassioned plea for improved cookstoves and solar cookers to benefit the world's poor.
 
*'''November 2011:''' Celebrity chef [[José Andrés]] makes an impassioned plea for improved cookstoves and solar cookers to benefit the world's poor.
   
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*'''November 2010:''' This past year [[José Andrés]], an internationally known chef and social activist, has been doing his part to help the people of [[Haiti]]. When he had lost power at his own home for a few days, following a severe snowstorm, he discovered the magic of solar cooking. He was amazed how efficiently a [[parabolic solar cooker]], which had been given to him and had sat unused, performed on a cold but cloudless day. In spring 2010 he was part of a team from [[Solar For Hope]], which headed to Haiti to help with earthquake relief. As part of their efforts they distributed [[parabolic solar cooker]]s and provided training. He feels the parabolic cooker is well-suited to prepare the traditional local fried food recipes. Andrés believes a pressurized cook pot is also a valuable asset to promote with solar cooking. It can shorten cooking times, and provide additional cooking, once the pot is removed from the oven. Listen to a recent [http://thekojonnamdishow.org/audio-player?nid=17843 interview] with José about the project. Inspired by his initial experience in Haiti, José created the [[World Central Kitchen]], a foundation focused on feeding vulnerable people, supporting the local agricultural economy through local food purchases, and promoting nutritious foods, recipes, and environmentally sustainable cooking fuels and technologies. José is returning to Haiti, and the World Central Kitchen, in partnership with Grameen Creative Lab, is planning to build a commercial kitchen with the capacity to feed 10,000 people daily. The goal is to create a sustainable "social business" for the people that have the least. They plan to serve a nearby orphanage, school, hospital, and local residents. Solar cookers will be play a central role in the project.
 
*'''November 2010:''' This past year [[José Andrés]], an internationally known chef and social activist, has been doing his part to help the people of [[Haiti]]. When he had lost power at his own home for a few days, following a severe snowstorm, he discovered the magic of solar cooking. He was amazed how efficiently a [[parabolic solar cooker]], which had been given to him and had sat unused, performed on a cold but cloudless day. In spring 2010 he was part of a team from [[Solar For Hope]], which headed to Haiti to help with earthquake relief. As part of their efforts they distributed [[parabolic solar cooker]]s and provided training. He feels the parabolic cooker is well-suited to prepare the traditional local fried food recipes. Andrés believes a pressurized cook pot is also a valuable asset to promote with solar cooking. It can shorten cooking times, and provide additional cooking, once the pot is removed from the oven. Listen to a recent [http://thekojonnamdishow.org/audio-player?nid=17843 interview] with José about the project. Inspired by his initial experience in Haiti, José created the [[World Central Kitchen]], a foundation focused on feeding vulnerable people, supporting the local agricultural economy through local food purchases, and promoting nutritious foods, recipes, and environmentally sustainable cooking fuels and technologies. José is returning to Haiti, and the World Central Kitchen, in partnership with Grameen Creative Lab, is planning to build a commercial kitchen with the capacity to feed 10,000 people daily. The goal is to create a sustainable "social business" for the people that have the least. They plan to serve a nearby orphanage, school, hospital, and local residents. Solar cookers will be play a central role in the project.
   
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==Articles in the media==
 
==Articles in the media==
*'''September 2010:''' [http://www.yocambio.org/2010/07/otro-haiti-es-posible.html Haiti, Another Possibility] - '' I Change''
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*'''September 2010:''' [http://www.yocambio.org/2010/07/otro-haiti-es-posible.html Haiti, Another Possibility] - ''I Change''
 
==External links==
 
==External links==
 
*http://worldcentralkitchen.org
 
*http://worldcentralkitchen.org

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José Andrés is an internationally known chef with many successful restaurants around the USA. He is originally from Spain. He is also a social activist, who uses his entrepreneurial success and boundless energy to help peoples in disadvantaged countries. In spring 2010 he was part of a team from Solar For Hope, which headed to Haiti to help with earthquake relief. As part of their efforts they distributed parabolic solar cookers and provided training. Inspired by this project, José founded the World Central Kitchen, a foundation focused on feeding vulnerable people, supporting the local agricultural economy through local food purchases, and promoting nutritious foods, recipes, and environmentally sustainable cooking fuels and technologies.

News and recent developments

  • November 2011: Celebrity chef José Andrés makes an impassioned plea for improved cookstoves and solar cookers to benefit the world's poor.
TEDxWashingtonCircle - José Andrés - FOOD & COMMUNICATION Recipes for Development18:18

TEDxWashingtonCircle - José Andrés - FOOD & COMMUNICATION Recipes for Development


  • November 2010: This past year José Andrés, an internationally known chef and social activist, has been doing his part to help the people of Haiti. When he had lost power at his own home for a few days, following a severe snowstorm, he discovered the magic of solar cooking. He was amazed how efficiently a parabolic solar cooker, which had been given to him and had sat unused, performed on a cold but cloudless day. In spring 2010 he was part of a team from Solar For Hope, which headed to Haiti to help with earthquake relief. As part of their efforts they distributed parabolic solar cookers and provided training. He feels the parabolic cooker is well-suited to prepare the traditional local fried food recipes. Andrés believes a pressurized cook pot is also a valuable asset to promote with solar cooking. It can shorten cooking times, and provide additional cooking, once the pot is removed from the oven. Listen to a recent interview with José about the project. Inspired by his initial experience in Haiti, José created the World Central Kitchen, a foundation focused on feeding vulnerable people, supporting the local agricultural economy through local food purchases, and promoting nutritious foods, recipes, and environmentally sustainable cooking fuels and technologies. José is returning to Haiti, and the World Central Kitchen, in partnership with Grameen Creative Lab, is planning to build a commercial kitchen with the capacity to feed 10,000 people daily. The goal is to create a sustainable "social business" for the people that have the least. They plan to serve a nearby orphanage, school, hospital, and local residents. Solar cookers will be play a central role in the project.
Jose Andres Haiti April 2010

José Andrés serving solar cooked food to Haitian earthquake survivor.

  • April 2010: A Solar For Hope team headed for Haiti to help provide earthquake relief. As part of their efforts, they distributed ten AlSol 1.4 parabolic solar cookers. The package included accessories and equipment for cooking with retained heat, and also workshop training for preparation of indigenous foods. Noted international chef and social activist, José Andrés, was part of the team that also included writers, environmental activists, and members of Engineers Without Borders.

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