According to me…..



From Saturday’s Globe and Mail

In the bowels of an east Toronto hospital lined with aquamarine tile and vintage Garland ovens, a star chef has begun a year-long experiment to revolutionize the most mocked and inedible of institutional foods.

Joshna Maharaj built her reputation whipping up healthy feasts at disparate venues, from a food bank to a high-end cooking school. The challenge of restoring palatability to in-patient food is her most daunting yet – and whether she succeeds is likely to influence the future of hospital food across the country.

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Comments on: "A cure for the common hospital meal" (4)

  1. Glad to hear all is going Well , and Yes all well here.. sending you a Big HUG!…. xox

  2. Well hello there!!! 🙂 Lovely to hear from you!
    Gosh.. lol glad you don’t have to taste test it, too. LOL 🙂 Yes, hospitals aren’t well known for their fine dining, are they? LOL It’s such an obvious thing, too… you go there to get better, to heal. Of course the food should be healthy! So logical it’s just sad.
    🙂 Things are getting better on this end love.. thanks for the thoughts and well wishes! I hope all is well on your end of the world, as well! 🙂 I tell ya, it’s a good thing for good friends. lol 😉 xoxo
    Have a marvelous day, please! 🙂 xoxo

  3. We went through the Same exercise several years ago in our hospital services.. as they brought a well known Chef in to re-evaluate and contruct new menus.. Thankfully I havent had to try a hospital meal not for a few years. And dont want to either, as they still get bad reports…

    Hope You and things going well… Sending you a thought or three.. x

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