The food of Southeast Asia is among my favourite cuisines, and absolutely perfectly suited for hotter, humid weather. This Thai-inspired cool noodle salad hits all the notes: fresh, herbal, sweet, salty, tangy, funky, spicy.
In addition to grilled steak (optional), rice noodles, cucumbers, sprouts & tomatoes, the dish will feature Nappa cabbage, bok choy and snap or snow peas grown in Toronto by way of Ayal Dinner’s amazing urban agriculture project, Greenest City, as well as piles of fresh herbs that their amazing gardeners have grown for us in The Dep’s side garden — it doesn’t get any more local than that!
#GF #vegan available
7pm @TABLE TALK: Ayal Dinner
Ayal Dinner discusses his latest urban agriculture project, Greenest City, along withexamples and opportunities for using gardens, markets, kitchens, and other community based projects to engage and animate public spaces, breaking down barriers to create just and vibrant communities.
Len Senater is the founder and proprietor of The Depanneur, who happily cooks for his friends and neighbours every Tuesday night.
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