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Celebrity Recipes Compiled In Book For Charity

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No one really knows Tony Blair for his cooking, right? Nevertheless, he still threw in three recipes of his for a book called The Breast Cancer Cookery Book. The recipes were compiled by a woman named Judith Williamson, who was inspired to launch this project by her friends who suffered from breast cancer.

“I wrote to over 200 celebrities and although it has taken a year to put together, that is nothing compared to what my friends went through. Already I’ve raised £2,500 and there are still around 400 books left to sell.”

Blair shared his recipes for meatball and tomato sauce, ragout of lamb with couscous, and chocolate sponge, but he wasn’t the only one who helped out. Other UK celebs like Denise Welch and footballer Shola Ameobi also pitched in. All the money earned from the book’s sales will go to Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Now that’s a nice, unselfish way to honor one’s friends.

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