MiamiHerald / When Lisa Miletti is cooking, everybody gets to eat.

That’s the rule, as Miletti and her husband Geno have become familiar faces on Big Pine Key in the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. They have fed thousands of people over the past three months.

They’ve been cooking on weekends for the locals, who they call “the hardest hit” by the Category 4 Irma, which struck the Florida Keys Sept. 10, serving up fall-off-the-bone barbecue ribs, burgers, nachos, soup with biscuits and corn on the side. Sodas and water and coffee are also for the taking.

They take donations but the food is offered up for free.


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