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Chef Jill from Shorewolf Farm: Mediterranean Delights in the Valley -SOLD OUT!

12jul2:00 pm4:00 pmChef Jill from Shorewolf Farm: Mediterranean Delights in the Valley -SOLD OUT!cooking demo classes are $45

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Mediterranean Delights in the Valley

The Comox Valley mimics the Mediterranean region in many ways including the climate and types of food that can be grown here. Join Jill in a demo highlighting recipes from Iran, Serbia, Lebanon, and Saudi Arabia using Comox Valley-grown ingredients. Jill will provide recipes and delicious tastes for all!

Sourdough Pita

Green bean salad with mustard seed and Persian basil.

Beef kibbeh or falafel, ajvar, labneh.

Muttabaq, berry compote

Jill is an avid farmer, fermenter, food preserver, bread baker, beer maker, and charcuterie experimenter. She has recently transplanted herself from an environmental remediation career in Seattle, Washington to the Comox Valley to farm and work in food. She is a learner, having received degrees in Environmental Science, Biology, and the Culinary Arts. You can find her in the berry patch, garden and farm stand at Shorewolf Farm in Black Creek and at the Sunday Merville Gumboot Farmers Market. She’s loves being a part of the growing Comox Valley sustainable food networks and cherishes the importance of local, farm-fresh ingredients in healthy lives.

This outdoor Cooking Demo is held on a level field at Clever Crow Farm, with views of row upon row of vegetables. 6 large market tents provide shade and rain cover and provide plenty of space for chairs and physical distancing. Food is handed to each guest with health and safety protocols in place. Coffee/tea/water is also provided, as well as a sanitizer, a hand washing sink, and a customer washroom on site. These classes sell out quickly and payment guarantees your spot. All demo classes are rain or shine and are limited to 20 guests. $45. Contact us through our form to let us know if you’d like to attend.



(Monday) 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm(GMT-11:00)

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