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Gordon Ramsay responds to sick fan who eats through feeding tube

Friday, April 22, 2016   (1 Comments)
Posted by: Andrea Guidi
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9news.com.au

April 22, 2016

 

An eight-year-old Gordon Ramsay fan has reached out to the celebrity chef in a bid to experience his cooking in spite of the fact her illness means she must eat through a feeding tube.

Abigail Carper may soon have her wish come true after Ramsay posted a heart-warming Twitter response to a letter she wrote him earlier in the week.


Read more about Gordon Ramsay's response here

 

Comments...

Ellen Evans says...
Posted Tuesday, July 26, 2016
This is so amazing. I have to say, that since I have been on a feeding tube (5 years now) I can still take in some foods, I have no stomach, and a reconstructed esophagus, 1/2 of a tongue, and a portion of my intestines remain. I live with a feeding tube, but because of this, I believe my taste buds have become so sensitive to flavors, and this has enhanced my skills and made we want to hone my talents to provide a meal that you walk away from, never forgetting.....

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