Pre-order online until TUE Jun 30, 10pm
Pick up on WED Jul 1, 6-7:30pm
My favourite thing about Canada in general, and Toronto in particular, is that you can find a little bit of the whole world at your doorstep. So to celebrate Canada Day, it seemed a perfect fit to ask talented chef & food stylist Rossy Earle to tackle the task of putting a taste of the whole world in a basket… 5 scrumptious dishes, one from each continent, packed up and ready for you to find your favourite shady spot for a truly international picnic.
America – Guasacaca & Plantain Chips
Guasacaca is a Venezuelan style avocado dipping sauce served with crispy plantain chips for scooping up all that delicious green goodness!
Europe – Niçoise Salad
French style composed salad with oil-packed tuna, hard boiled eggs, green beans, tomatoes, onions, capers, olives, potatoes and vinaigrette.
Africa – Peri Peri Chicken & Moroccan Couscous
Marinated Chicken in Mozambique/South African Peri Peri Sauce. Making it mild for everyone to enjoy, but with a few extra chilies on the side for those who like the burn! Comes with a North African style Couscous side dish full of spices, chickpeas, nuts, dried fruits and tossed in a citrus dressing.
Also available vegetarian, with Peri Peri Cauliflower
Asia – Japchae
Korean style stir-fried glass noodles with shiitake mushrooms, julienned carrots, spinach & scallions in a lightly sweet garlic, soy & sesame dressing.
Australia – Strawberry Handpies
The name says it all… A pie you can eat with your hands! Fresh & flaky pastry pocket filled with summer strawberries.
Chicken or Vegetarian
CANADA DAY Global Picnic for 2 $48 • for 4 $90
Rossy’s Supicucú Diablo’s Fuego Hot Sauce 250ml $12
Chunky, smokey, garlicky and full of herbs and chilies, this sauce is not just about heat but also about flavour
ORDERING FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED. PICKUP IS WED 6-7:30PM
Born and raised in Panama, Rossy Earle prides herself in infusing Latin American flavours into whatever she creates, making it her goal to bring some of her roots into Canadian food culture. Currently working as a freelance chef, recipe developer and food stylist in Toronto, she also has a line of hot sauces including the smoky Diablo’s Fuego hot sauce and it’s seasonal and sweeter — but not less spicy — sister sauce Diabla’s Kiss. On Instagram at @pancancooks