Big-Name L.A. Chefs will Answer Your Burning Cooking Questions for a Really Good Cause

#AskChefsAnything is auctioning expert kitchen advice to help support immigrant restaurant workers
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If your #quarantinecooking could use some help, here’s your chance. A new initiative called #AskChefsAnything is auctioning 30-minute, one-on-one conversations with top toques to raise money for immigrants working in the food industry.

A number of notable chefs—Ludo Lefevbre, Nancy Silverton, Kris Yenbamrooung, Sara Kramer & Sarah Hymanson, Suzanne Goin, Evan Funke, Jeremy Fox, Mary Sue Milliken & Susan Feniger, Curtis Stone, Jon Shook & Vinny Dotolo, Nancy Silverton, and many others—are participating in the Los Angeles auction, which launched today and ends Sunday.

Bidding starts at $100. The initiative has already been a big success in New York City, where it surpassed fundraising goals several times over and funded 30,000 meals for immigrant families. In L.A., the initiative is working with the National Day Labor Organizing Network’s Immigrant Worker Safety Net Fund.


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