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Les Petits Chefs make cornbread for Eva’s Place

Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comThe Petits Chefs baked up a big batch of  Chef Myles Chaulk’s  cornbread – his secret recipe from The County General – to send to Eva’s Place this week. Chef is a graduate of the programme at Eva’s so his involvement with the boys this terms has been amazing. It’s so much more meaningful for them to have that contact with someone who has benefited from the wonderful work Eva’s does. He wasn’t able to attend our session this week but sent the boys instructions via video message and, of course, the secret recipe!

The boys rolled up their sleeves and did a great job with a huge batch !

We melted “A LOT” of butter…

Melting butter to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comLearned how to clean and open cans (this is an important skill!)…

Prepping creamed corn to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comWe rocked the digital scale…

Measuring sugar to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comAnd the electric handbeaters…

Beating eggs and sugar to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comNo fingers were grated in the making of this dish…

Grating cheese to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comAnd noone touched their eyes after chopping the jalapeños…

Chopping jalapenos to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comSome of us worked with cornmeal for the first time…Measuring polenta to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comAnd we practised mixing gently…

Mixing cheese into batter to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.com Adding flour to batter to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.com Adding melted butter and jalapenos to make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.com35 minutes later, our cornbread was in the oven and we were cleaning up the lab.

Around a half an hour later…

kids make Chef Myles Chaulk cornbread for Eva's Place on eatlivetravelwrite.comPerfection! We really hope the folks at Eva’s enjoyed this!

How you can help Eva’s Place this holiday season: eat out at a Mealshare restaurant!

How does Mealshare work?

The concept behind Mealshare is simple – there are three simple steps to help youth in need:

Mealshare Infographic on eatlivetravelwrite.com

1. Choose a restaurant (currently Canadian Mealshare partner restaurants are located in Vancouver, Victoria, Calgary, Edmonton, Toronto, Ottawa and Montreal)

2. Look for the Mealshare logo next to a menu item and order it! You’ll receive and enjoy your meal, but you’re  also providing one meal to a youth in need. There’s no extra cost or action for you – just buy one, give one!

3. When a partner restaurant sells a Mealshare menu item, they contribute financially to Mealshare, who sends most of those funds to a partner charity to purchase and provide one meal to a youth in need. Mealshare has at least one local charity partner in each city where they operates (in Toronto it’s Eva’s Initiatives for Homeless Youth), and provides half of the meals locally. The other half are provided through their international charity partner, Save the Children.

Please do consider supporting Mealshare for your next meal out.

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