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Shivering in Arctic temperatures and reeling from a brutal winter snowstorm, elderly New Yorkers got the surprise of their lives when five top chefs suddenly appeared with meals on wheels.The launch menu was a mouth-watering embarrassment of riches: lamb navarin with chard marmalade, poussin korma with red rice, beef bourguignon with turnips or Caesar salad and cheesecake.And the first delivery by the chefs themselves – some kitted out in their kitchen whites – couldn't come at a better time.The idea came from two chefs involved in the Citymeals-on-Wheels organization that harnesses an army of volunteers to deliver meals to 18,000 elderly people each day.Around 20 chefs have agreed to take part in the new initiative.Citymeals delivers two million meals a year to 18,000 old people who can no longer shop or cook for themselves, with the help of private donors.
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