Edward Lee really doesn’t have any time to be taking on extra work. The chef, restaurateur, cookbook author, and television star is opening two new spots in the coming months—a restaurant in Washington, DC, and a bar in Louisville, Kentucky—not to mention turning in another cookbook. But he’s somehow finding time for community development, and it could help solve the nation’s line cook shortage. At his flagship restaurant 610 Magnolia, Lee spoke to MUNCHIES about the Chef LEE (Let’s Empower Employment) Initiative. It’s not a charity, and it’s not a stage situation. Young people who get admitted to the LEE Initiative go through a paid 40-week program designed to teach vocational skills by working every single job in his restaurants.[…]