Learn something tasty

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The Depanneur hosts fun food workshops and classes on Monday evenings. We’ve done everything from baking to jams, pickles to chocolates. Learn a new skill, meet some great people and eat something tasty.

If you’ve got a culinary skill you’d like to share, find our more about hosting a workshop at The Dep.

Upcoming Workshops


March 30 @

WORKSHOP: Tropical Preserves with Christine Manning

Want a winter get away but can’t get out of the city? Join Christine Manning, owner of Manning Canning and long-time preserver, as we make two tropical preserves: a tropical topping filled with pineapple, coconut and macadamia nuts, and a … Continue reading


April 6 @

WORKSHOP: Sausage Making Intensive (Full-Day) by Dave Mottershall

Special Full-Day Workshop (10am-5pm) including lunch Turn your holiday Monday into a giant pile of homemade sausage! Join Chef Dave Mottershall for a fun, hands-on sausage-making workshop. You’ll learn all the basics of making great sausage: working with different meats … Continue reading


April 13 @

WORKSHOP: Honey, Let’s Make Mead by Fran Freeman

So you may or may not be a Mediaeval Viking, but that should not stop you from enjoying your own home-made mead, one of the world’s oldest alcoholic beverages. Mead is made from a simple blend of honey and water, … Continue reading


April 20 @

WORKSHOP: Intro to Making Maki Sushi by Daniel Henderson

Chef Daniel Henderson‘s sushi workshops have become one of the most popular and tastiest events we host — a fun, family-friendly hands-on sushi making-and-eating party! Participants will learn about the history of sushi and then dive into the particulars of … Continue reading


April 27 @

WORKSHOP: Rhubarb Cordial and Spring Pickling by Christine Manning

We all hoped winter wouldn’t last forever but now we know it’s true! The first crops of fresh local veggies like fiddleheads, rhubarb, young radishes and baby carrots are beginning to pop up all over the city. How to savour … Continue reading