Two Cornwall-based chefs are heading up a star-studded line-up of celebrities sharing their favourite recipes in order to raise money for charity.

Jude Kereama and Nathan Outlaw are amongst top chefs and celebrities including Alan Carr, Marcus Wareing and Monica Galetti sharing their favourite recipes to support Neuroblastoma UK, a charity that funds research into a rare childhood cancer.

This September, to mark Childhood Cancer Awareness Month, Neuroblastoma UK is encouraging the nation to 'Get Together' over good food and host a fundraiser with family and friends, to help progress vital research into neuroblastoma, a devastating childhood cancer.

Some of the UK’s top chefs are sharing exclusive recipes from their restaurants for supporters to treat their guests at home or at work.

The recipes include classics such as a fish finger roll from superstar seafood chef Nathan Outlaw, Jude Kereama’s seafood curry, a tarte tatin from the nation’s favourite French chef Jean-Christophe Novelli and a chicken korma from pioneering chef Atul Kochhar.

Hosts could also try their hand at Marcus Wareing’s custard tart, Monica Galetti’s artichoke tart or Gordon Stott’s monkfish.

Katherine Mobey, Fundraising Manager at Neuroblastoma UK said: "Whether it’s a coffee morning at work or a dinner party at home, our Get Together is a really fun and easy way to raise awareness of neuroblastoma and raise some money too.

"Host a gathering with family, friends, colleagues or neighbours, use our amazing recipes and ask guests to make a donation in return for their delicious food!

"Research into neuroblastoma has been seriously impacted by the pandemic - that’s why we’re asking everyone to Get Together this September to help scientists drive forward their research, improve treatment and save more young lives."

Alan Carr, comedian and Patron of Neuroblastoma UK has provided his favourite recipe and said: "I’m really excited to share my Nan’s favourite apple crumble recipe - just like her it’s faff free, no nonsense but a little bit naughty with a kick.

"Sign up to host a Get Together for Neuroblastoma UK this September and you’ll be sent my recipe and loads more from a bunch of ‘proper’ chefs.

"It’s so nice to be able to get together with our family and mates again - and to raise money for this amazing charity makes it even better!"

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Nathan Outlaw, twice Michelin-starred chef in Cornwall said: "I was delighted when Neuroblastoma UK asked me to share a recipe for their new Get Together fundraiser.

"My daughter, Jessica, loves to bake.

"Ever since I can remember, she’s joined me in the kitchen at home. Of all her baking successes (and there have been many), this is the recipe that to date is the family’s favourite.

"And my fish finger roll is perfect for a buffet or kids party - believe it or not, this is where it all started for me!

"I’d like to tell you that my love of fish started with bouillabaisse in Provence but no, it was the humble fish finger.

"I am so pleased to be able to help raise awareness of this charity and their amazing work and I can’t wait to see people try these simple but tasty recipes."

Jude Kereama, chef patron of award winning restaurant Kota in Cornwall, lost his wife to cancer in 2019.

Jude said: "I know first-hand just how devastating a cancer diagnosis can be for a family.

"No-one should lose a loved one to cancer and to lose a child to neuroblastoma is unfathomable.

"Hosting a Get Together to raise money for vital research into this childhood cancer is so simple, yet can make a huge difference to families across the UK.

"I am delighted to share one of my favourite recipes to support Neuroblastoma UK and help them continue their important work."

Roxanne Pannell, mum to three year old cancer patient George is supporting the campaign this year and said: "George was diagnosed with stage four neuroblastoma in April last year.

"He is such an amazing little lad and is doing really well at the moment.

"But not all children with neuroblastoma are as lucky as our George.

"It’s so important to fund more research and help more children like George beat their cancer.

"Every penny you raise by hosting a Get Together this September can help the charity get closer to finding a cure and save more young lives."

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