The cup that cheers

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Charles

 

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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Kathryn Edwards
Kathryn Edwards
9 years ago

God bless Darren Walker.

Might we invite him to contribute a few words?

Nichola
Nichola
9 years ago

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

Evelyn
9 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.

gloria mundi
9 years ago

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

Darren Walker
Darren Walker
9 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.

Evelyn
9 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.