According to Christianna Silva for NPR, 1 in 4 households have experienced food insecurity this year.
While the daily news reports focus on the number of COVID-19 cases and deaths, we can't forget how COVID has wreaked havoc between the loss of jobs and the fear of not having enough food on the table.
And for our family and friends who work in the foodservice industry, this year has been incredibly difficult for them.
John gets on the mic with Chef Jaycee, a DC-area chef, to discuss:
* His journey to becoming a chef
* How the shutdown has impacted his corporate chef job and his business
* Working alongside Chef Jose Andres and World Central Kitchen
* Addressing America's food insecurity
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Follow Chef Jaycee on Instagram @Chefjaycee, on Facebook @Cherjayceellc, and visit his website https://chefjaycee.com for more information about his services and recipes.
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