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Get Cooking for Breast Cancer Research!

The National Breast Cancer Research Institute has called all cooking enthusiasts to join them for a very exciting ‘Cookalong’ fundraising event next Thursday 29 October.

The event, taking place between 7.30 pm and – 9.00pm with Cepta Mahon of Cookalicious.ie, who is passionate about educating about food and cooking in a fun, engaging way.

Cepta runs her own cookery school in Oranmore, providing demos, classes and food experiences for all.

On the night, she will guide those in attendance through preparing and cooking a tasty three-course meal so they can delight their family or friends.

The event, which is sponsored by DeCare Dental Insurance in association with Loughnane’s Butchers and Glynn’s Fruit & Veg, will be streamed live via Zoom and participants will receive the recipes and list of ingredients when they register.

People have the choice of can cooking along with Cepta, or just watching. The event is interactive so you will have an opportunity to ask questions and pick-up her top tips and tricks along the way.

It is a perfect excuse to safely bring people together in a fun way while supporting breast cancer research. Registration is just €20 with all proceeds going to the National Breast Cancer Research Institute based at NUI Galway. To register go to: www.breastcancerresearch.ie/cookalong

Michael Malone
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