Field Sparrow Farms has taken on the vegetable delivery service that was formerly provided by Kawartha CSA. They are offering a winter veggie box subscription that will run every other week from January 16 to May 22. The subscription will include 10 deliveries of 20 lb. boxes of healthy, naturally-raised vegetables sourced primarily from the Amish community in the Kawartha Lakes region.
The boxes will contain stored root crops such as potatoes, carrots, beets, winter radishes, artichokes and onions. As we get closer to spring, greenhouse crops such as beet greens, salad greens, spinach, kale, green onions, lettuce, and fresh radishes will also become available. In addition to vegetables, the box will contain a variety of value-added products such as preserves, pickles, fresh-ground cornmeal, and red fife wheat flour.
The cost for the box program is $50 per box, for a total of $500, and boxes will be available for pickup at The Depanneur on Thursday afternoons.
For more information, or to sign up for box delivery, please email email@example.com
It’s that gift-giving time of year again, and I know that many people are looking for ways to give something meaningful that doesn’t clutter up the world with even more junk. We’ve got a great solution for you: Depanneur Gift Certificates.
Our $40 (+HST) Gift Certificates that can be used towards any Supper Club or Workshop that we offer (providing it’s not sold out). You can get them using the “Buy Now” button below.
Coming up in 2014:
Supper Clubs: Fabulous meals inspired by Galicia, France, Modern Masters, the Azores and more…
Workshops: Learn Thai Cooking, Brunch Masterclass, Canning & Preserving, Greek Cuisine, Kombucha, Handmade Pasta, and more…
Stay tuned, we’ll be updating our 2014 event calendar ASAP, or sign up for our weekly newsletter for first dibs on all our upcoming events.
To redeem a gift certificate, the holder simply needs to contact us and let us know what Supper Club or Workshop they would like to attend and we’ll issue a special promotional code that will let you sign up at no cost.
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In addition to our regular public events like our Drop-In Dinners, Supper Clubs and Workshops, The Dep also runs a shared commercial kitchen space for independent food entrepreneurs. Presently we share the facilities with great local culinary talents like Cookie Martinez, Nice Buns Bakery, and Roots of Health Nutrition. The wonderful Alchemy Pickle Company also got its start in our space before moving on to her own kitchen.
Situated below The Dep, the kitchen has a commercial convection oven, an electric stove, several refrigerators & freezers, a deep sink with spray hose, washroom, lots of prep space, etc. There are some appliances & smallwares (stand mixer, food processor, bowls, etc) which are shared, but most people use their own gear.
Members of the kitchen co-op meet every 6-8 weeks to help with a deep clean of the space. I also strongly recommend people have their own insurance in addition to the basic package I have for the Dep.
I currently I have one opening: Wed/Thursday afternoons and evenings + all day Fridays (available as a block). I am looking for people who need 20-30hrs of kitchen time per week, including some dry & equipment storage, fridge & freezer space.
I am asking $250 +HST per month, plus a $1000 deposit and a 1 year commitment. Starting in Jan 2014, the $1000 deposit will be applied towards monthly rent (ie. $83/month); the actual rent amount will stay the same.
If you are interested, and would like to check out the kitchen in person, please contact me and we can set up a meeting.
On Thursday nights, The Depanneur hosts a Drop-In Dinner aimed at showcasing the talents of culinary students. If you are a student, and are interested in participating, contact Len at The Dep and we will look at scheduling you in.
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This Thursday’s Valentine’s Day Supper Club, Secret Heart, is by far the most extravagant, outrageous and perverse culinary activity I’ve ever undertaken. I have been fantasizing about this meal for weeks, obsessively researching exotic ingredients and obscure recipes. Some of the highlights include: Continue reading
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