This month, I'd like to share with you the work of Sense, the national charity, which supports and campaigns for the 250,00 children and adults who are deafblind across the UK. I am delighted to have contributed a recipe, along with other celebrity chefs, to Sense's Tastes Sensational programme, which helps to raise vital funds for the work that Sense does to create a world in which all deafblind children and adults can be full and active members of society. As a chef, all of my senses are vital to me - I cannot imagine what it must be like not to be able to see or hear, and so helping to raise awareness of and help to change the lives of the many people around us who are visually or hearing impaired is something I am glad to do. Kate Timperley, Sense, says: "Tastes Sensational encourages people to come together through food and raise money by cooking a meal to share with friends, family or colleagues, waking up the senses and tuning into the power of taste and touch. We encourage people to get involved with supporting the work of Sense and have great fun creating some delicious food like Ching's Kung Po Chicken. A big thank you to Ching for supporting Sense." For more information visit Sense.
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