Here’s How Chef Lex & Others Fixed The NBA Bubble Food Complaints & Made 4000 Meals A Day [Video]

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When the NBA chose to head down to Orlando to end up the 2019-2020 season the greatest goal was keeping everybody safe from COVID-19. The NBA created a strategy and controlled its security procedures, got everybody to the location safe, had a tracking procedure and whatever appeared total. When individuals began showing up whatever appeared to be going great till the very first meals made its method to the gamers. The meals wound up being up published online by the similarity J.R. Smith who clowned the meals so bad he needed to be informed to leave Instagram live. Others would do the same and the NBA rapidly comprehended they needed to do something. They wished to make the bubble to be as comfy for everybody as it might be. When Chef Alexia Grant aka Chef Lex and 10 others were welcomed to repair the issue by cooking for gamers and personnel inside the bubble, that’s. Alexia began her own pop-up Comfort Kitchen. After her food began heading out she got lots of shout outs on social networks from coaches, gamers, and even sportswriters for repairing the food circumstance. She could not do her own shopping or leave the bubble and numerous questioned how she got it done. Have a look at the behind the scenes of her kitchen area and its procedure listed below.