Pork to be highlighted in Culinary Programs at Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows high schools

April 7, 2021

A Maple Ridge chef’s recipes will help launch BC Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation’s Spotlight Series on Pork in April.

The BCAITC series educates students on local ingredients and how these ingredients make their way from farm to fork.

BCAITC is a non-profit charitable organization that works with educators to bring local agriculture into the schools.

Recipes created by Chef Trevor Randle, head instructor of the Maple Ridge Secondary’s culinary arts program and one of the founding BCAITC chef instructors, are meant to allow students to “fine-tune” their culinary skills.

“I’m excited to teach the culinary arts students at Maple Ridge Secondary about pork,” said Randle.

“In addition to trying delicious new recipes and developing their culinary techniques, the students will learn about the hog industry and the hard-working farmers who work to bring pork from farm to table,” he continued.

Source: Maple Ridge News