Yvonne Cobb’s Childhood Chicken Chimichangas As Our First Ever Deaf Cookery Item | This Morning

Yvonne cobb's childhood chicken chimichangas as our first ever deaf cookery item | this morning

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In a This Morning first, we’re welcoming deaf cook Yvonne Cobb to the kitchen for our first ever live deaf cookery item. Alongside her interpreters, Yvonne will be making the programme more accessible for those people who use British Sign Language as their preferred language. She’ll be making us a favourite dish from her childhood – her tasty chicken chimichangas. With just a few ingredients, they’re super simple but always a big hit at tea time. And at only 40p a parcel, it’s a winner on the bank balance too!

Broadcast on 6th October 2022

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