Chef José Andrés delivers food to US Capitol law enforcement following riots

Thanking the “heroic women and men” who were working to protect Washington D.C. on Wednesday, Andrés revealed that he was providing 120 pizzas to the National Guard and law enforcement officer after rioters stormed the Capitol. Due to an emergency situation curfew put in location, he included that considering that there were no dining establishments open, he desired everybody “to be taken care of.”

The famous chef composed on Twitter: “Hi everybody…what can I say…today was a tragic day for America. I’m here in Bethesda, picking up 120 pizzas to bring to downtown DC to the heroic women & men keeping our city safe tonight. I’m meeting my @WCKitchen team which is also bringing our kitchen truck to support. Picking up pizzas and delivering to National Guard, police department, making sure everything is safe downtown.”

He continued: “As you know, there’s a curfew so there’s no food, there’s no restaurants open. In a very strange and complicated night, we can make sure that those young men and women, often forgotten, can be taken care of.”

Andrés and his not-for-profit company, World Central Cooking area, have actually striven throughout the coronavirus pandemic to feed individuals in requirement and frontline health care employees.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.