Join us for a night of cultural and culinary fusion between the best of the best from the Italian and Ashkenazi Jewish cuisines. Matzah balls sub for meatballs, pesto goes za’atar, and caprese meets beets.
Sara and Mat are donating their proceeds to support for Alazar, our friend who is an Eritrean refugee who just relocated to Toronto in November 2018. If you would like to learn more or donate additional funds, please see our gofundme campaign
Jewish-Italian Wedding Soup $6
Homemade broth with green veggies, small pasta and matzah balls
Beet and saffron-infused pasta with a garlic and za’atar pesto
Beet Caprese $6
Sliced beets, fresh mozzarella and basil with a balsamic vinegar reduction
‘A Pesach Mess’ $6
Vanilla ice cream, crushed cantucci (Italian almond cookies), haroset (a mix of fruits & nuts commonly eaten at Passover), and a honey-lemon syrup.
Small Prix Fixe $25
includes Pasta & Salad and choice of Soup -or-Dessert
The Whole Megillah $30
Soup, Pasta, Salad & Dessert
Sara Udow and Mat Calverley met on a bus headed to an art show in Oshawa. Having bonded over their love for food and cooking, they conspired to share their cultural cuisines with The Depanneur community.
Sara is a cultural and urban planner who is interested in how food can bring people together – whether around a campfire, dinner table or a community garden. Mat, a design strategist and ethnographic researcher, believes that food is a strong tie to ourselves, our past and each other. Growing up in an Anglo-Italian family, food was a way for his family to share and preserve their history. As a recent convert to Judaism, traditional Jewish and Israeli foods are a way Mat continues to write his own history.
Sara and Mat are joined by friend Sarah Kidd, who is bringing her own culinary skills to the meal. Graphic design by the talented Sam Mogelonsky.
Every Thursday The Depanneur is an ‘open mic’ night for culinary talent in TO, where we invite guest cooks, amateur or professional, to come and make their favourite dishes.