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Cook Medical Cook Book Benefits Clionas Foundation

Cook Medical Cook Book Benefits Clionas Foundation

 If you are looking for a fantastic stocking filler this Christmas or some super recipes to kick-start the new year then the Cook Book is perfect for you. In addition you will be supporting Clionas Foundation, a charity that provides financial support to families of children with a life limiting condition to assist with the non medical cost of looking after their child. This is a novel initiative by the Multi National Cook Medical based in National Technology Park and in particular their endoscopy Division who have produced this high quality publication. 

Cook Medical Cook Book Benefits Clionas Foundation

Cook Medical Cook Book Benefits Clionas Foundation. Pictured: Leanne Moore with Terry and Brendan Ring of Cliona’s Foundation. Photo by Dolf Patijn.

In their daily work the Cook Endoscopy division produce products which help to improve patient quality of life. Outside of their daily work they try to support worthy causes where they can and came up with the great idea of producing their own Cook Book. 

The Cook Book is a beautifully illustrated 102 pages of 47 recipes giving a flavour of global cuisine from Sweet Potato coconut Soup to Josies Easy Peasy Beef Stew. All of the recipes from starter and snack to main courses and desserts are favourites of members of Cook Medical staff with some very personal stories behind them. 

Content not only with producing the Cook Book, Cook Medical will be encouraging all their employees to purchase the book for family and friends at the great value of €10 with all the proceeds going directly to Clionas Foundation. The Cook Book is also available to the public by contacting Clionas Foundation at 331333 or by emailing [email protected] 

To find out more about Cliona’s Foundation click here.

To find out more about Cook Medical click here.

To read more about charities in Limerick click here.

Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.