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Pandemic Hunger Relief

An Inside Look at How World Central Kitchen Makes 500,000 Meals — and Counting

The organization’s chef relief team knocks out hunger 6 days a week at Nats Park in D.C.

Top row left to right: World Central Kitchen chef Mollie Moore, contract chef Kristen Desmond, contract team leader Tim Linaberry, contract procurement specialist Jim Berman, contract team leader Vanessa Cominsky. Bottom row left to right: contract chef Amin Mina, WCK operations manager Elyssa Kaplan, contractor/managing chef Matt Adler, contract dishwasher Floyd Palmer, contract kitchen worker Meghann Long. These photos were taken while they were working at WCK’s Nationals Park operation in Washington, D.C. Photos: Deb Lindsey

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Bonnie S. Benwick

Bonnie S. Benwick

I’m the former deputy editor/recipe editor of The Washington Post Food section. Find me on Instagram (bbenwick), and at bonniesbenwick.com.

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