Celebrity chefs have been instrumental in creating stylish and delicious food that we have to come to know and love.  

 

And now some of these ‘masterchefs’ have agreed to support our Host for Hope campaign this year by each providing a signature recipe to enhance your Host for Hope party. 

 

“I am really pleased that Brain Tumour Research asked me to contribute to their Host for Hope campaign. The survival rate for brain tumours is shockingly low and not enough money is being spent on research to change this. Why not host a delicious dinner party to raise funds to help them find a cure?”

 

Chris Wheeler - Executive Head Chef at Humphry's, Stoke Park. Boasting 3 AA Rosettes, Humphry’s offers Modern British cuisine with a twist, featuring plenty of Chris’ signature dishes. Try Chris' Host for Hope recipe this summer.



“Brain tumours kill more children and adults under the age of 40 than any other cancer, yet just 1% of the national spend on cancer research is allocated to this devastating disease. I am proud to support Brain Tumour Research’s Host for Hope campaign and hope that you enjoy my recipe.” 

 

Antonio Favuzzi - Head Chef at L'Anima, an award winning Italian restaurant in the heart of London offering the finest of contemporary Italian cuisine in surroundings nothing short of sheer elegance.



“Host for Hope is a great, fun way of raising money and awareness for brain tumours and I am very pleased to have been asked to take part! Brain Tumour Research are funding dedicated research centres in the UK and the more who join in, the sooner they will find a cure.” 

 

Luca Terraneo - Head Chef at L'Anima Cafe. With the same soul as L’Anima in a less formal environment, L’Anima Café offers honest food with its soul in Southern Italy. Try Luca's recipe at your event this summer. 



“I am proud to be supporting the Host for Hope campaign. Enjoy my recipe and please, help fund the fight against brain tumours.”

 

Alain Roux – Chef Patron of the legendary Waterside Inn in Bray, the first restaurant outside of France to retain three Michelin stars for over 25 years.

 

 

 

 

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"I'm hugely impressed by what this charity is doing to raise awareness and I'm very honoured to join their Host for Hope campaign. There is really no excuse why you can't get involved and help feed vital research. So go on, indulge yourself and your guests with my Croissant Butter Pudding and dig deep to support Brain Tumour Research."

 

 James Martin - TV Chef and Restaurateur



Valentine Warner Host for Hope Brain Tumour Research Summer Party Fundraising Campaign Help Feed Vital Research“I’m delighted to support Brain Tumour Research and Host for Hope. What an excellent idea – to throw a summer party and raise funds for a hugely important cause. Brain cancer is scary and life-threatening. In the UK it’s the biggest cancer killer of children and adults under 40 yet the research needed to improve outcomes for patients is woefully underfunded. So enjoy my recipe, have a great party while you Host for Hope – and why not empty your wallet as well as your glass!”

 

Valentine Warner – Cook, Author, Broadcaster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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“Host for Hope is a great campaign and harnesses our nation's love of food for a great cause. Please join me in supporting this very important charity and enjoy my special Sea Bream Wrapped in Banana Leaf recipe – it's delicious! ”

 

Vivek Singh – Executive Chef at the Cinnamon Club, Cinnamon Kitchen & Cinnamon Soho



“Brain Tumour Research is a great charity fighting for an important cause. I feel privileged to be involved with the team there and fully support this fantastic Host for Hope campaign. Enjoy my recipe for cottage pie – a novel twist on a British classic.”

 

Adam Byatt – Executive Chef at Trinity & Bistro Union

 



Felipe Fuentes Cruz Executive Chef Benitos Hat Host for Hope Celebrity Recipe Mexican Brain Tumour Research Summer Fundraising Campaign"I'm delighted to be supporting Brain Tumour Research's Host for Hope campaign. It's a great excuse to get people together for some tasty food and good times, knowing that you are also feeding vital research for an incredibly important cause, helping to give hope to thousands of people and their families affected by brain tumours each year. I hope you enjoy my special Mexican Feast."

 

Felipe Fuentes Cruz  Executive Chef at Benito's Hat

 





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