When Houston pitmaster Ronnie Killen announced on Facebook he would be cooking his barbecue free for first responders and those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Miami-based celebrity chef told him she would personally fly out 1,800 pounds of donated food.
When Houston pitmaster Ronnie Killen announced on Facebook he would be cooking his barbecue free for first responders and those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Miami-based celebrity chef told him she would personally fly out 1,800 pounds of donated food.
When Houston pitmaster Ronnie Killen announced on Facebook he would be cooking his barbecue free for first responders and those affected by Hurricane Harvey, Miami-based celebrity chef told him she would personally fly out 1,800 pounds of donated food.

Hurricane Andrew destroyed her home. So she's flying food to Houston for Harvey relief

September 01, 2017 04:26 PM

UPDATED September 02, 2017 05:35 PM

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