A special Mother’s Day cook-along is being held by hosted by Maple Ridge secondary’s Chef Trevor Randle.
The free, family friendly, virtual event will feature a cooking lesson with the professional chef along with a host of information about foods and agriculture across British Columbia.
Chef Randle will be providing expert instruction as he guides participants through family-friendly recipes including: B.C. egg scramble and chicken sausage with asparagus toast; B.C. greenhouse salad with vinaigrette; B.C. cranberry scones with orange and white chocolate; and B.C. cranberry spritzer.
B.C. farmers will also be joining the chef to provide fun insights on farming in the province.
Participants will also be entered into a draw to win one of three prize packages valued at $250 or more each. The grand prize is a set of Meyer Canada cookware valued at about $700.
The event is a joint initiative of B.C. Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation and We Heart Local B.C..
The cook-along takes place from 9-10:30 a.m. on May 8.
To register go to bcaitc.ca.
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