The cup that cheers

Charles Cowling

 

Head chef Darren Walker of St Leonards Hospice in York, has turned traditional favourite dishes into smoothies for his patients who struggle to eat.  (L-R) Cottage buy discount cialis online pie, traditional chicken Sunday dinner, fish chips and mushy peas, roasted veg and butter bean casserole. Picture: rossparry.co.uk/Glen Minikin

Pic from Daily Telegraph

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Evelyn
7 years ago

Darren – you should be proud! Your thoughtfulness and skill are …well, I want to say ‘gobsmacking’ 😉 Truly, it was a joy to see these pictures and to read about the idea of presenting patients with these yummy meals. I hope this will inspire other chefs around the country to see what imagination and care can do. You deserve the recognition and the praise.

Darren Walker
Darren Walker
7 years ago

Evening
I would like to thank everyone for the great feedback, really enjoyed my day at This Morning, definitely the proudest moment in my career. Everyone at This Morning were brilliant & very welcoming Many thanks.

gloria mundi
7 years ago

Imagination+skill+compassion – an award-winning, gold star recipe.

Evelyn
7 years ago

This is amazing and so beautifully presented – ‘the first bite is with the eye’ – what a blessing he must be to the patients. Giant gold star to Darren.

Nichola
Nichola
7 years ago

I am so very proud of my big bro Darren he deserves this and is very clever 🙂

Kathryn Edwards
Kathryn Edwards
7 years ago

God bless Darren Walker.

Might we invite him to contribute a few words?