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Dungannon chef James Devine spreads a little kindness in his home town

Culinary hero has cooked thousands of meals for needy during pandemic

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On a mission: Dungannon chef James Devine says it’s important to have a business ethos that involves giving something back to his community. Credit: Pacemaker

On a mission: Dungannon chef James Devine says it’s important to have a business ethos that involves giving something back to his community. Credit: Pacemaker

On a mission: Dungannon chef James Devine says it’s important to have a business ethos that involves giving something back to his community. Credit: Pacemaker

An award-winning Dungannon chef has cooked thousands of free meals for vulnerable people since the beginning of the pandemic, including around 40 Christmas dinners for families in his home town.

Using excess restaurant food, James Devine began producing meals for charities and food banks around Belfast when the first lockdown began.


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