Life After Sandy: Jeanne Hulse
After Superstorm Sandy, Jeanne Hulse volunteered to cook hot meals for the first responders working to restore badly damaged Mantoloking, NJ. See more post-Sandy stories as TOH TV premieres its Jersey Shore Rebuilds series on October 3 on PBS
In the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy, Mantoloking resident and local chef Jeanne Hulse starting volunteering to cook hot meals for her fire captain husband and the rest of the first responders working to restore their badly damaged borough. 221 days later, still displaced from her own home, and still cooking, she manages to feed the workers on $60/day in donations.
Watch This Old House TV's eight-part series "Jersey Shore Rebuilds" beginning October 3 on PBS. Check local listings for show times in your area.