- 27 May 20
The online culinary fundraiser is headlined by Michelin Star chef Derry Clarke.
With her 25th Annual international Charity Fashion Lunch for the Dublin Rape Crisis Centre sadly cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis, Miss Candy has launched 'Cook Up A Storm' – a new online culinary fundraiser that's tapping into the country's growing appetite for home cooking and baking.
Headlined by Michelin Star chef Derry Clarke and his wife Sallyanne, Miss Candy's exciting new online series launched on Monday, May 25, and will be running for four weeks. Cook Up A Storm will also star some of Ireland's favourite foodies – including Rosanna Davison, Amanda Brunker, David & Stephen Flynn – Happy Pear twins, Sir Ian Botham, Andy McFadden, John Healy, Rebecca Storm , Ken Doherty, Paul Harrington, Dylan and Charlotte Bradshaw, Lorraine Keane Cathy Kelly, Tracey Clifford, Norma Sheehan, Luke Thomas, Jim McCabe, PJ Gallagher and Jake Carter.
All participants will be posting videos of their favourite dishes, while viewers will be invited to do the same – and nominate friends!
“While I am truly devastated that my 25th Annual International Fashion Lunch has to be cancelled this year due to Covid 19, I am delighted to garner the ongoing support of so many friends and businesses and bring Cook Up A Storm to fruition," said organiser Miss Candy, aka Joseph Supple. "The focus now is on making this campaign as successful as our sell out fashion lunch is each year, to provide a stop gap for 2020 to ensure we generate these vital funds for the charity and allow them to continue their ongoing work and support of victims of sexual assault and rape.”