Event showcases dairy, eggs

Saturday, March 21 from 9 a.m. to noon, the much-anticipated ‘Chefs at the Market’ comes to the Native Sons Hall.

Saturday, March 21 from 9 a.m. to noon the much-anticipated ‘Chefs at the Market’ comes to the Native Sons Hall.

The event showcases dairy and eggs, notes Comox Valley Farmers Market executive director Vickey Brown.

“We are very excited that our featured North Vancouver Island Chefs Association member is none other than Chef Ronald St. Pierre, owner of the award-winning restaurant Local’s,” said Brown.

“There’s amazing pasture-perfect dairy available at the CV Farmers’ Market, ranging from yogurt, goat milk gelato and hemp cream to eggs, crème fraiche, buffalo paneer and bocconcini,” says St. Pierre. “Using farm fresh products to demonstrate to market visitors how to cook with local, seasonal ingredients is simply the best.”

“Every visitor to the market is not only invited to watch the cooking demos, but to take the opportunity to ask chef St. Pierre culinary questions and enjoy tasting the free samples,” says Brown.

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