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VIDEO: ‘Super’ chefs serving BC Lions in Surrey

SuperChefs Cookery for Kids and MasterChef Canada winner David Jorge made ‘burrito bowls’ for Lions

WHALLEY — Some “super” chefs are serving up dishes for the BC Lions today (June 21).

The SuperChefs Cookery for Kids and MasterChef Canada winner David Jorge are joining forces to create dishes and provide nutrition tips for the Lions at the sports team’s training centre, located at 10605 135 St., Surrey.

The menu, according to a release, is “a collaboration between dieticians from the BC Lions, UBC Dietetics and Yale’s Wellness Director” and “will consist of burrito bowls with smoky chipotle shredded chicken, street corn, mango orzo salad and a special high-protein snack.”

SuperChefs Cookery for Kids aims to fight childhood obesity by “teaching the essentials of balanced nutrition, food preparation and social etiquette toward inspiring lifelong habits of physical and social well-being.”

amy.reid@surreynowleader.com

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