Field Sparrow Farms Winter Vegetable Box Program

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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. Read more

Thursday Night Student Talent Showcase

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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Happy Anniversary to The Depanneur

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I first became acquainted with The Depanneur (or ‘The Dep’ as it has become to be known) this past winter when my husband and I signed up to become a member of The Rusholme Park Supper Club (Family Style dinner parties hosted by a rotating cast of chefs) and joined them for an evening with…

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The Dep is so much more than just a cafe, grocery stop, and sometimes restaurant. It’s also an inspiration and reminder to gather with loved ones, congregate with kindred spirited strangers, and let someone else do the cooking at least once in a while…

 

Brunch at The Depanneur: The Morning After | Toronto Star

Brunch at The Depanneur: The Morning After

By MARY LUZ MEJIA | Wed., March 14, 2012 | Toronto Star

On the Menu: A small menu of egg-based breakfast palate-pleasers including a breakfast sandwich comprised of an organic egg frittata served with a flavoured mayo on St. John’s raisin bread or sourdough. The husband opts for the Piperade Omelette with onions, red and green peppers, thyme, garlic and prosciutto. The cook du jour, a rosy-cheeked blonde gal named Ginger Dean whips up a mean omelette – fluffy and cooking school-perfect that envelopes a delicious ratatouille like blend. Served with lightly dressed greens, we ask for a side of sourdough toast to round it off ($12 for omelette and $3 for hot buttered toast).

While delicious, I hone in on the fried egg, cheddar and cilantro “chutney” Breakfast Burrito served with curry-laced home fries and a tasty little mound of lightly-dressed greens. Bright, green and as fresh as a spring day, the cilantro chutney, that more closely resembles a pesto to me, really makes this dish. An avowed cilantro hater, the husband tastes one bite after seeing the expression on my face and declares, “It’s good, and I can taste why you like it, even if it’s made with cilantro.” Those, my friends, are big kudos coming from the man who tries to avoid the herbaceous green whenever possible. Since we miss out on the delectable looking donuts – they sold the last one just as we got there – we unintentionally watch the lucky soul who snagged it devour it in four bites. Same for the cinnamon buns, whose buttery sweet aroma lingers while we dine. Savvy brunchers, be there no later than 11 a.m. or you’ll miss these weekend-only treats too!

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