Chef Trevor Lui will host a free virtual cooking class Sunday, Feb. 21 to celebrate Canadian Agriculture Day.
“Cook along with culinary expert Trevor Lui as he shares tips on how to make a delicious stir-fry, tells stories from the restaurant days of his youth where he learned from master wok chefs, and leave feeling confident and inspired to put dinner on the table,” said Ellen Pruden, Eat Well Director with the Manitoba Canola Growers in a news release.
Canadian Agriculture Day is February 23.
Lui developed several successful Toronto restaurants and is known for his “ramen burger.” He’s the author of The Double Happiness Cookbook, a collection of his favourite family recipes.
The cook-along class will feature one of these recipes— Moo Goo Gai Pan, a chicken and mushroom stir fry according to the Canola Eat Well website.
As a tribute to Manitoban farmers, Lui featured a recipe from his cookbook from Glenlea farmer and restauranteur Will Bergman (Farm Style Tuscan soup).
The cook-along class begins at 1:00 CST on Sunday, February 21, on Zoom. Registration is required as space is limited.