In some heart-warming news, a four-year-old Brit boy, who was unable to eat since birth, has been cured by his grandmother's chicken stew.
Little Harrison Cooper-Jones was unable to swallow food because of a damaged oesophagus.
Despite surgery, he couldn't eat and needed nutrients pumped into his body to keep him from starving.
But when granny Antoinette made her chicken stew and offered it to him he simply couldn't resist.
"He actually ate about six spoonfuls. We couldn't believe it," the Sun quoted Mum Claire of Huddersfield as saying.
After some meals of stew made from the secret family recipe, Harrison has finally starting to eat other food.
Claire added: "We are so grateful to mum. Each day Harrison goes from strength to strength."
Antoinette said: "It was marvellous to see Harrison eat. But it is very tasty, if I do say so myself."