At the iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City, chef David Garcelon has cooked for royalty and rockstars, but one morning each month he rises before dawn to serve an entirely different crowd: ... more 
At the iconic Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York City, chef David Garcelon has cooked for royalty and rockstars, but one morning each month he rises before dawn to serve an entirely different crowd: the homeless. As a volunteer sous chef at Crossroads Soup Kitchen at St. Bart's, which sits just across the street from the Waldorf Astoria, Garcelon has two hours to help create fresh, healthy meals from scratch for 150-200 guests. This Thanksgiving, the Waldorf Astoria will provide a feast for 200 at the soup kitchen. Danielle Elliot reports. less 
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