While most of us get to Friday feeling like we need a rest, Peter Grady instead uses the end of the week to help feed London. Arriving at a warehouse in Watford, the chef starts cooking at 3 a.m. It’s a routine he has followed for 33 years. Huge pots specially ordered from India are used to stir enough food for 3,000 people; on a busy day, several pots are used, and by the time the sun rises and the clock strikes 6 o'clock, he will have prepared 6,000 meals. With an army of volunteers, the food is boxed and delivered across London. With the pandemic placing a huge strain on people’s lives and many essential services having to close, Peter has upped his efforts. The chef recently celebrated his millionth meal cooked since the pandemic began.