Chef from Chicago praises the bravery of 7 World Central Kitchen workers who lost their lives in Gaza

The Impact of Tragedy on the Chef Community: A Tribute to World Central Kitchen Workers

The tragic loss of seven World Central Kitchen workers in Gaza has deeply impacted the chef community. The Chicago chef, Tony Priolo, paid tribute to these brave souls who were killed by an Israeli airstrike while carrying out their mission to provide aid and support to those in need.

Priolo shared that he was moved by the dedication and commitment of these individuals to helping others in conflict zones, areas of famine, and places of unrest. He emphasized that chefs have a unique ability to make a difference through food, and he was proud of his fellow chefs who risked their lives to do so.

The founder of World Central Kitchen, José Andrés, also expressed his admiration for the deceased workers. He referred to them as “sisters and brothers” who were committed to making a positive impact on the world through their work. Despite the tragedy that had befallen his organization, Andrés remained steadfast in his belief that chefs have a responsibility to use their skills and resources for good.

Priolo echoed this sentiment and vowed to continue using his culinary talents to help others in need. He emphasized that chefs must not shy away from taking risks and making sacrifices in order to make a difference in the world. As he reflected on the loss of his fellow volunteers, Priolo knew that he would continue working tirelessly towards creating a better future for all people around the world.

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