March 29, 2011

Mother's Day and Breakthrough Breast Cancer

Mother's day is fast approaching and what is a better way to show your Mum you care than by cooking her a delicious dinner? Let you Mum put her feet up and impress with a new and tasty recipe. To celebrate Mother's day and raise awareness for a great cause, Breakthrough Breast Cancer are launching an online pamphlet with several delicious recipes that you can prepare on Mother's day. 

The picture below is for Asian Steamed Sea Bass, which looks delicious, but there are also several more recipes to choose from. You can download the recipes here. But also read below to get some information on Breakthrough Breast Cancer and their reasons for creating the recipe pamphlet. 

Make Mother’s Day Matter
Show your Mum you love her by cooking her something special this Mothering Sunday

To celebrate Mother’s Day this April, pioneering charity Breakthrough Breast Cancer and bestselling author Jane Greenhave teamed up to release a free exclusive recipe booklet, with accompanying photography, to encourage people to get cooking for their Mums.

The free recipe booklet, which is available to download from, features 8 delicious and easy-to-make recipes from Jane Green’s newest novel The Love Verb.  Jane wrote The Love Verb, after her experiences of nursing her best friend Heidi through breast cancer, a fight that Heidi tragically lost. One of the ways Jane supported Heidi and her family was by cooking for them, and so Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Jane Green are encouraging people to show their Mums they care, by treating them to something special and home-cooked this Mother’s Day.

Also available to download and send are a selection of Mother’s Day e-cards.  Featuring mouth-watering photography of each of the recipes, they carry a pledge to make the dish pictured as a Mother’s Day treat.

Breast cancer is a disease which devastates nearly 48,000 women and their families every year. That’s why this Mother’s Day, Breakthrough Breast Cancer and Jane Green are asking people to remember those affected by this terrible disease.  Anyone who downloads the recipe booklet and finds it useful is encouraged to make a donation to help the charity continue its life saving work and help to create a future free from the fear of breast cancer.

For more information about the campaign and to download the recipe booklet visit or join the conversation on

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