Makeshift Kitchen At ‘Occupy Wall Street' Serves Up Eclectic Cuisine
Those sympathetic to the protestors send out food donations, which are then sorted and prepared by volunteers.
Protestors at the ‘Occupy Wall Street' movement have found that they won't go hungry, thanks to the boxes of food donations and the tables in Zuccotti Park where a random selection of options are laid out.
The New York Times has an interesting article on these free meals, and the makeshift kitchen which has fed thousands of protestors each day. The cuisine is described as “not unlike the Occupy Wall Street movement itself: free-form, eclectic, improvisatory and contradictory.”