Appetizers
April 2, 2009
Feeding the residents of Tent City

Step inside Rudy Hernandez's south Sacramento kitchen and you'll find a smorgasbord of food: eggs and potatoes, chili beans, macaroni salad and much more. But the feast isn't for this 59-year-old, who works as a janitor and in-home care provider. Hernandez cooks for the homeless residents of Tent City as part of his own philanthropy. Watch this video to learn more about Hernandez and take a trip with him to Tent City.

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