Celebrity chef Jane Grover to cook up signature dishes in front of live audience at The Cage

CELEBRITY chef Jane Grover will share her cooking secrets and serve up two of her signature dishes in the name of charity at The Cage on Friday, September 27.

HEALTHY EATING: Jane Grover with The Cage founding director Linda Grieve and her daughters Kristy and Angie at a live cooking show last year.

HEALTHY EATING: Jane Grover with The Cage founding director Linda Grieve and her daughters Kristy and Angie at a live cooking show last year.

Ms Grover, who has written two cook books titled Naked Food and Our Delicious Adventure, will give the audience a glimpse into her globetrotting lifestyle and passion for healthy food.

The Cage Youth Foundation founding director Linda Grieve said the event would raise money for the organisation's school programs.

"Jane is very much about cooking good, healthy meals," she said.

"She is really great in terms of her culinary skills and talking about getting back to basics to prepare some easy meals for the family.

"She will be cooking two meals and taking it step by step in front of everyone.

"She is preparing a few of her recipes as well that we will be adding to our grazing table for supper."

Ms Grieve said there would be other activities for people to sink their teeth into.

"Local small businesses will have market stores so people can come and have a bit of a mingle there and purchase some items," she said.

"It is going to be a lovely night and at the same time an opportunity to raise money for an amazing cause."

Ms Grieve said there would also be a raffle, performances from Redlands Rhapsody Choir, a grazing table and drinks.

Tickets cost $30 and can be bought anytime prior to the event, which starts at 6pm.

Those bought before midnight on Wednesday, September 25 come with a free copy of Ms Grover's book.

The Cage Youth Foundation is located at 882 German Church Rd, Redland Bay.

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