See what Alison Steadman is cooking up for her Dinner Down Memory Lane
Whether it’s vol-au-vents on Bake Off or the fascinating TV series Back in Time for Dinner, retro food seems to be everywhere at the moment. That’s why we’re very excited about Dinner Down Memory Lane, the new foodie-friendly way to raise money for Marie Curie.
Dinner Down Memory Lane is the perfect excuse to be part of the retro food revival while raising money for people living with a terminal illness, and their families. By inviting guests to make a donation in return for a dinner with a difference, you’ll be ensuring that Marie Curie Nurses can be there for more people when they need it most.
Alison Steadman, star of the iconic ’70s play Abigail’s Party, knows a thing or two about what makes a memorable dinner party. She’s already planned the meals she’ll be serving for her own Dinner Down Memory Lane, and you can see what she has in store for her guests below.
Sign up today to host your own Dinner Down Memory Lane and start planning your retro-inspired menu. You may, like Alison, want to recreate time-honoured classics such as duck a l’orange and prawn cocktail or perhaps you’ll surprise your guests by putting a contemporary twist on some old favourites.
Whatever you decide, your Dinner Down Memory Lane is all about bringing people together to enjoy good food and good company for a great cause.
Visit mariecurie.org.uk/dinner to get your free fundraising pack and start planning your Dinner Down Memory Lane today.