Events Our neuroblastoma events Cook2Cure Book Launch Cook2Cure is a is a delightfully eclectic collection of recipes donated by some of Australia’s top chefs, including Maggie Beer, Matt Moran and Neil Perry to name a few, in a bid to raise money for Neuroblastoma childhood cancer. And with a range of savoury dishes and sweet treats, there’s something in there to suit everyone’s tastes. Launch Event Mother's Day Lunch @ Bathers' Pavilion, The Espanade, Balmoral Tuesday 4th May from 12:00 noon - 02:00 PM A mother's day lunch was organized to launch our first ever cook book - Cook2Cure on 4th May 2021 at the Bathers' Pavilion. It was an afternoon of fine dining with spectacular views of the Balmoral beach. Diners were treated to a glass of Louis Roederer champagne on arrival, followed by a 3 course sit-down dinner, featuring celebrated chef, Perry Hill's perfect panna cotta. Click here to view the pictures from the event. The Book Supporting us in our mission are 48 celebrated chefs with the likes of Adriano Zumbo, Colin Fassnidge and Diana Chan to name just a few. The book features a variety of tantalising recipes suitable for meat-eaters, pescatarians and vegetarians alike, such as Smoked Ocean Trout Rillettes, Saffron Tagliolini, Roast Duck Fillet with Orange and Hazelnuts, and Chickpea Patties with Green Tahini and Beetroot, bringing fine-dining to the comfort of your home. There will be a limited number of books available, with ORDERS now open! For only $40 (and $10 additional to cover 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 children with neuroblastoma cancer. Buy, gift or share this wonderful book to get a fantastic set of recipes and donate to cause that will help so many. Sale Price: $40.00 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.