Workshops — 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

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August 1 @

Closed for August (sorta)

Hey Y’all… So we’re taking a bit of a break for August, working on lining up another great season of Drop-In Dinners, Workshops, Supper Clubs and an exciting new Brunch project! We’ll be back starting in September — stay tuned for more details! … Continue reading


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September 5 @

WORKSHOP: Full-Day Breadmaking Intensive by Cara Benjamin-Pace

LABOUR DAY Bread Making & Baking Making bread from scratch maybe seem intimidating, but it’s a labour of love that’s easy once you know how. Digging one’s hands and heart into a pile of yeasty dough is nourishment to the … Continue reading


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September 12 @

WORKSHOP: Intro to Knife Skills by Chef Michael Kirkwood

Knowing how to choose, use and care for knives is one of the most essential parts of any cook’s skill set. Join veteran professional Chef Michael Kirkwood for a solid primer on knife fundamentals, including selecting the best knife for … Continue reading


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September 26 @

WORKSHOP: Jr. Chefs After-School Cooking Classes for Kids by Joanna Marie Nicholson

Mondays: Sept. 26, Oct. 3, Oct. 17 & Oct. 24   |  Ages 8-12 Jr. Chefs is an interactive four-week after-school cooking program for kids ages 8 to 12. The course is designed to get kids cooking with easy recipes and … Continue reading


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September 26 @

WORKSHOP: Tomato Canning by Christine Manning

Few things are as delicious as a truly ripe, fresh-from-the-garden tomato. Even though they are only available for only a few precious weeks, these local delicacies can be enjoyed throughout the year — if you jar them! Not to mention, … Continue reading