Cooking is a skill that so many of us wish we had. For some, being a home-cook comes easily and for others, we need a little bit of help. Luckily for us, one of Montreal's most renowned chefs, Chef Antonio Park, is currently offering a free online cooking class.\nSo, you no longer have any excuses not to learn a skill or two in the kitchen!\nEditor's Choice: The First Trailer For Quebec's Version Of 'Brooklyn Nine-Nine' Is Finally Out (VIDEO)\nRegardless of your skills in the kitchen, you can trust that you'll be learning from a master.\nAntonia Park's popular Montreal restaurant, Park, is known to have some of the best sushi in the city.\nThe Japanese fusion delights that he has created has allowed for anyone who has gone to this spot to be left in awe with his talent and creativity.\nAnd, Park has decided to share his talent with the world in an entirely new way: by giving a free virtual cooking class!\nThis free, virtual cooking workshop will allow you to discover "the secrets of homemade miso soup and tuna tataki with the master himself" by taking you "behind the scenes at Restaurant Park."\nThe workshop will last a total of 35-minutes and participants will get a chance to learn how to make two of his most loved dishes.\nView this post on Instagram Shishito peppers 🌶 on tonight’s take-out delivery menu @parkresto 👨🏻🍳 Please be safe and stay positive! #miseenplace #montreal #westmount #canada #parkdelivers A post shared by Antonio Park (@chefantoniopark) on Apr 2, 2020 at 8:20am PDT\nAlthough the workshop is free, it's in collaboration with the Montreal Restaurant Workers Relief Fund and is part of the GOAL Initiatives weekend of activities.\nPark's cooking class is part of the GOAL Initiatives weekend of free workshops. "GOAL [also] provides wellness, mindfulness, soccer, cooking and drinks workshops. Plus a magic show, some art, a DJ set and a breakdance workshop."*\n"It was done in the spirit of the workshop being part of an entire weekend of activities that make up for the GOAL soccer tournament that can't take place because of the pandemic," MTL Blog was told.*\nView this post on Instagram Omakase Sashimi for ☝🏼or ✌🏼 @parkresto @chef.shinji.nagai ❤️ #westmount #montreal #family A post shared by Antonio Park (@chefantoniopark) on Aug 16, 2019 at 9:32am PDT\nNot only is this a great opportunity to donate to a good cause, but it's also a chance for you to learn a new skill while doing so.\nIt's not every day that you get to learn the tricks and trade from a master.\nAnd this is a rare opportunity for you to do just that — for free!\nChef Antonio Park's Cooking Class\nWhen: The online class will be accessible "as early as August 22."\nWhere: Virtually\nView this post on Instagram Plat du chef #omakase #kaiseki #chefsplate #parkrestaurant ******stationnement interieur disponible seulement en soiree**** • • • #sustainable #seasonal #freshliving #uni #ikura #sashimi #sushi #chefstable #tastefullyartistic #theartofplating #montreal #quebec #canada #japanesefood #japanesecuisine A post shared by Park Restaurant (@parkresto) on Nov 15, 2019 at 11:31am PST\nSign up for the workshop!\n* This article has been updated.