BOSTON (CBS) — Two-time Super Bowl champion and former Patriots defensive tackle Jarvis Green was back in Boston showing off his cooking skills at Children’s Hospital.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030’s Kim Tunnicliffe reports
He wore an apron over a Patriots jersey and served Wednesday’s lunch to Children’s Hospital patients and staff.
Green, the owner of the New Orleans Shrimp House, brought two shrimp dishes to serve.
Part of the proceeds from the meals go to the hospital’s kids cooking program.
Green also taught a group of kids how to make healthy treats such as a fruit sushi.
“Part of feeding kids is satisfying their palate, just having a great time” Green said.
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