Jim Eaves Vice President of the British Culinary Federation & World Chefs Without Borders Ambassador has been working with the Langar Aid charity in Coventry cooking 250 meal each Friday for homeless and vulnerable people within the city.
The food is cooked and distributed to hotels and hostels across Coventry where the homeless have been staying during these difficult times.
Langar Aid work throughout the year doing this kind of work but due to the pandemic they are facing some very busy times.
All of the food is donated to the charity by local supermarkets such as Asda, Morrison’s, Tesco’s & Waitrose. Food parcels are also made up and sent out to local families.
Jim has been working each Friday for the last few weeks and will continue to do so until things begin to move to the new normal.
Jim is also one of the team of chefs from the BCF who work at the Birmingham Christmas shelter each year working Christmas day and Boxing Day cooking for the homeless over the festive period.