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Top Irish foodies team up to create charity cookbook in aid of the Mater

By Sarah Finnan

March 20, 2020 at 9:53am

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Féasta is a new downloadable charity cookbook created by Ireland's top foodies.

Some of the country's top foodies have teamed up, putting their know-how together to create a brand-new downloadable charity cookbook called Féasta.

Described as a home cooking collection of recipes, all proceeds will go to the Mater and Mercy Hospitals.

Packed full with 20 delicious eats, inside you'll find recipes by the likes of The Little Green Spoon, William Murray and James Kavanagh, The Happy Pear and Bread 41 to name but a few.

Not to mention bestselling cookery author and entrepreneur Roz Purcell, who explains the whole idea in a video posted to her Instagram page.

"If you are looking for a way to help, this is one way that you can do it. Myself and lots of other Irish foodies have come together and made a downloadable cookbook.

All money raised from the cookbook goes towards the Mater and Mercy Hospitals to their non-restrictive funds."

Which basically means that the money will go wherever it is needed over the coming months. Only live a matter of hours, the fundraiser has already amassed over €9,000 in donations - a testament to people's generosity and eagerness to help.

 

With most of the country cooped up at home, cooking and baking have become somewhat of an escape for many people. However, meal inspiration is bound to run out at some point and this will come in very handy when it does.

To purchase, just donate €5, send your donation confirmation to [email protected] and your PDF will be emailed out to you within 24hours.

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