Kitchen boost for hospital

30 March 2006
Kitchen boost for hospital

Children at London's Great Ormond Street Hospital can now learn to cook under the direction of professional chefs in a new kitchen funded by the Academy of Culinary Arts.

Academy president Brian Turner officially opened the kitchen this month.

It's the second child-friendly kitchen funded by the academy's Chefs Adopt a School programme, which aims to put practical cookery back on the school curriculum. The kitchen is designed to be safe and accessible for young patients in beds and wheelchairs when academy chefs visit once a month to tutor them.

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