Grand time in kitchen

Jacqueline Hanna, Rosalie (9) and Alexander (4) Grieve and Lorna Dudley prepare for the bake off.
Jacqueline Hanna, Rosalie (9) and Alexander (4) Grieve and Lorna Dudley prepare for the bake off.

The statewide bake off, which is now in its second year, was designed to close the intergenerational gap between seniors and youth.

To take part, schoolchildren and Bethanie residents must submit their family recipes online in the hope of being selected as a finalist to compete in a live bake-off at Have a Go Day.

Schoolchildren will be asked to research their grandparents´┐Ż background and discover their favourite recipe. The children will then need to reproduce the dish with the aid of a grandparent and submit their application for a chance to win prizes.

Each submission will be judged on the creativity, nutritional value and complexity of the recipe, along with the story behind their secret family recipe.

Four Bethanie residents will be chosen as finalists to compete against four chosen school students at the grand finale on November 11 for the live bake off at Burswood Park.

Entries close on September 25.

For more information, visit www.bethanie.com.au

www.bethanie.com.au.