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


May 4 @

WORKSHOP: Handmade Stuffed Pasta by Christopher & Sarah Terpstra

Held Over a 2nd Night! Join local pasta artisans Christopher & Sarah Terpstra of Alimentari at The Depanneur for a comprehensive, hands-on evening of pasta-making! We will teach the recipe for a basic dough – versatile for making many shapes … Continue reading


May 9 @

WORKSHOP: Intro to Sushi: Maki Rolls 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


May 16 @

WORKSHOP: Pastry 101: Shortcrust Pastry by Mardi Michels

Do you love pies, but are afraid of making the pastry from scratch? This class will change your opinion forever! Join Mardi Michels to learn how to make easy and versatile shortcrust pastry that can be used in a variety … Continue reading


May 17 @

WORKSHOP: Big-Batch Pickling for the Pantry with Christine Manning

Want to preserve some of the wonderful Ontario harvest so that you can enjoy it for the rest of the year? In this hands-on workshop, you’ll dive right into the process of larger-batch pickling. This class is more about producing … Continue reading


May 23 @

WORKSHOP: Meat Camp! Whole Animal Butchery by Chef Michael Kirkwood

Special Full-Day Workshop (10am-5pm). Includes meals and snacks throughout the day. This Victoria Day, join veteran professional Chef Michael Kirkwood for an in-depth introduction to whole-animal butchery. This hands-on, day-long workshop will cover the techniques and cuts for three primary … Continue reading