It was an active and interesting chat this morning, highlighted by an update on R.J. Cooper’s condition direct from the man himself. The good news: The Rogue 24 chef is recovering well after a risky open-heart procedure. The bad: Hospital food is still really really bad.
Tom, RJ here.Hope you’re well. I have been at Hopkins now for seven days and way ready to head home. The doctors and caregivers here are world-class. They pulled me though the hardest parts of my surgery and motivated me to move when I was tired. However, like our school systems, the food that is being served is unpalatable. Through the dawn of time, food is supposed to comfort and bring joy, [nurture] the ailing, bring energy within the body and soul. Well, this has been forgotten and needs to be looked at. As a patient, if I could even drink real broths and real fruit my stay here would have been much better. Home soon. Take care. RJ
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