Hospital culinary staff can offer another type of medicine: old fashioned care.
In restaurants, chefs will often come out of the kitchen to mingle with customers and get direct feedback about their creations. It is one of the pleasures of being a chef to create that hospitality connection and experience first-hand the pleasure one can bring to others via your culinary skills. In a hospital setting, where the “customers” often have way more on their minds than food, a face-to-face connection with a chef comes with a whole different level of meaning. There, the chef ...
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