- May 9, 2010
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The food is better than what I can afford.
Protesters dine in style - NYPOST.comWere running a five-star restaurant down there, crowed Eric Smith, 38, the ex-le Chef de Tournant at the Sheraton in Midtown, who works out of a soup kitchen in East New York, Brooklyn, churning out the meals for more than 1,000 protesters every day.
The other day, we made some wonderful salmon cakes with dill sauce and some quinoa salad and a wonderful tomato salad with fennel and red onion, he said.
We use organic, grass-fed meats, and the other day, we made a wonderful fried rice and root vegetables and all kinds of soup.
So last night, for example, while your family of four may have been forced to resort to Hamburger Helper, thanks to Smiths culinary magic, hordes of Occupy Wall Street protesters instead feasted on organic chicken, spaghetti Bolognese, roasted beet and sheeps milk-cheese salad and wild heirloom potatoes.