The world-leading breast cancer doctors and researchers at Breast Cancer Trials are working to change the future for people with breast cancer, so they can live better and longer.
To help get closer to a cure, celebrity chef, Manu, is hosting a three-course virtual French dinner party challenge on 29 August. People around Australia are invited to join in by hosting a party at home and raise funds for life-saving breast cancer research, to help create a future where women can live without the fear of breast cancer.
We’re proud to be a part of the event by donating Carême vanilla bean shortcrust pastry for Manu to use in the Tarte au Chocolat dessert, as well as a year’s worth of Carême Pastry for twenty lucky prize winners. We’ll also be giving each of the winners a very special ‘The Carême Favourites’ mini cookbook.
The class and menu will be a celebration of French culture and food, to bring a little touch of France to our own homes during a time when none of us can travel overseas.
To be a part of the event, host a French-inspired dinner party at your home on the same day as Manu’s cooking class; or, practise the recipes and host one later. Then, invite your guests to support you in the challenge by attending and making a donation to Breast Cancer Trials. It will be a night to remember, and one that can save lives.
To learn more, and be a part of Manu’s French dinner party, register on the event website.