Events Past events Cook2Cure 2023 @ The Pines, Cronulla We were delighted to include the stunning Hamptons style restaurant The Pines, Cronulla to our exclusive Cook2Cure dining series. Diners enjoyed a glass of Prosecco on arrival, followed by a 3 course sit-down dinner, featuring a fantastic bespoke menu created especially for Neuroblastoma Australia by the culinary legend, James Metcalfe, with matched wines by Symphonia. It was a fantastic evening that raised a phenomenal $40,000 to help children with neuroblastoma experience kinder, less toxic treatments. We'd like to say a big thank-you to everyone who supported the event. Bespoke Menu Starter Baked Sourdough, House Whipped Butter, Pea & Parmesan Croquette, Roast Garlic Emulsion Main (alternate serve) Slow Roasted Lamb Rump, Garlic Potato, Red Peppers, Fennel, Pine Nuts, Basil or Pan-Roasted Humpty Doo Barramundi, Mediterranean Salsa, Salsa Verde Dessert (alternate serve) Coconut Mousse, Sorbet, Granny Smith Apple, Green Tea or Strawberry Pavlova-Sorbet, Basil, Black Pepper Caramel Vegetarian option (please pre-order) Hand Made Pumpkin Ravioli, Garlic Cream, Burnt Butter, Pine Nuts, Basil Each course will be accompanied by wines matched and provided by Symphonia Fine Wines in Victoria. The Book Cook2Cure is a beautiful collection of recipes donated by some of Australia’s top cooks and chefs to raise money to improve the lives of children with neuroblastoma. Supporting us in our mission are 48 celebrated chefs including Adriano Zumbo, Colin Fassnidge and Diana Chan. The book features a variety of tantalising recipes to bring fine-dining to the comfort of your home. For only $40 (plus $10 postage), you'll receive this stunning limited-edition cookbook with 100% of the profits from the sale going directly to Neuroblastoma Australia, to help fund leading research projects to develop new, effective and kinder treatments for neuroblastoma. Order Now COOK2CURE is dedicated to Sienna Hoffmann who is the inspiration behind the charity Neuroblastoma Australia. Sienna was diagnosed with neuroblastoma when she was just 9 months old and went through relentless treatments. After 10 months Sienna was in remission but as is sadly often the way, the cancer returned just after she turned two years old. There is no cure for relapsed neuroblastoma. Tragically Sienna passed away when she was just two and a half years old. Too many young children lose their lives to this disease – their future and the expected future of an entire family is suddenly cruelly destroyed. The only way to find answers to this disease is through research and funding. Booking for this event has now closed.