Jr Chefactor Caribbean Cooks up a Storm at Plant Grow Eat Farm
Jsecret ingredient: yellowfin tuna.
Plant Grow Eat operates a farm-to-plate concept, producing vegetables and fruits all year round. The products can be found at all major supermarkets and hotels as well as a retail venue outside the Rodney Bay Aquatic Centre on r Chefactor Caribbean is off to a sizzling start. Set in the well-appointed farm of Plant Grow Eat in Babonneau, contestants had the challenge of preparing an award-winning dish with no heat, only fruits and vegetables from the farm and incorporating the Tuesdays and Fridays, from 2:30 to 5:30pm. Developed and managed by Lloyd Fanus and Peter and Pattie Dillon, the farm runs on a profit-share and worker-ownership model.
According to Peter Dillon of Plant Grow Eat, ‘being able to work with the young chefs on this project is in line with our mission of promoting the skillbuilding in young people. We hope they take this experience as a learning tool and keep using local products to create amazing dishes.’
As the clock ticks to the next episode, be sure to send a picture of your dish for your chance to enter in the Facebook #whatscookingjrchefactor challenge to win a $200 voucher to shop at gl food market. The winner will be announced on Facebook.
Don’t miss the next episode on Sunday November 16th at 7pm on Choice TV and then every Sunday with repeat episodes every Wednesday at 10pm.
JR Chefactor Caribbean is a reality TV show based in Saint Lucia. Nine contestants between the ages of 16 and 21 compete in a cook-off with weekly eliminations, until one is crowned Jr. Chefactor Caribbean.