The leaves are changing, there’s a chill in the air, sweaters are coming of storage and the fall harvest is in all it’s glory; it’s finally here — Comfort Food season!
Friends and collaborators Alia Toor and Moira Clark return to The Dep with some favourite homestyle dishes.
Ratatouille, a hearty Provençal stew of tomatoes, eggplant, red & green peppers, butternut squash, parsnips & potatoes and herbs. It’s served with potato kugel, a classic Jewish casserole of potatoes, onions and eggs, and a side of cool yogurt and cucumber raita.
Add a wedge of homemade chicken & turkey meatloaf with walnuts, Turkish spices and fresh herbs with a crunchy panko crust.
Dessert: Apple-spice cupcakes with butter cream frosting.
#vegetarian #GF options
Moira Clark is a painter who lives and works in Toronto, and teaches painting in the Art & Art History Program at Sheridan College, a collaborative program between Sheridan and University of Toronto Mississauga.
Alia Toor is an artist, educator and cultural worker whose interests lie in the intersection of culture, media and education. A reluctant cook who has realized her hidden talent, she loves to try new recipes and forget the day when she had to learn to make roti (she cried the whole time).
Every Friday The Depanneur invites a different guest cook to come down and make their favourite dish.