Pre-order online until TUE Feb 9, 10pm
Pick up on WED Feb 10, 6-7:30pm
Natalia “Cookie” Martinez has long been a beloved part of The Depanneur’s story. From her early days as a cookie baker, to the ice cream sandwiches that were a popular summertime treat at The Dep for many years, to her successful kiosk at Scadding Court’s Market 707, to her very own Columbian Street Food shop in the Junction Triangle, she’s always brought her infectious smile and good humour to the tasty food she serves. Her delicious Colombian ajiaco was always a customer and personal favourite, so I’m delighted to have her back for the first time since 2017.
Empanadas – savoury baked or fried turnovers – are found with countless regional variations throughout Latin America. These Colombian-style ones feature a thin, cornmeal masa based dough filled with cheese, and fried to a delightful crisp; served with tangy homemade aji criolo sauce
While hearty chicken, potato and corn soups are found from Cuba to Peru, the Colombian capital of Bogota has its own distinctive style known as ajiaco santafereño. This is full meal in a bowl, featuring chicken, corn on the cob and several kinds of potatoes in a thick broth, garnished with tangy capers, creme fraiche and cilantro; served with avocado and rice on the side. #GF. Vegetarian option available
Cookie didn’t get that nickname for no reason… One taste of her famous alfajores cookies – a buttery shortbread filled with arequipe (a Colombian dulce de leche caramel) and rolled in coconut — and you’ll know why.
Chicken, Vegetarian, or 1/2+1/2
Colombian Dinner — $48 for 2 • $90 for 4
ORDERING FOR THIS EVENT IS NOW CLOSED. PICK UP IS WED 6-7:30PM
Cookie Martinez earned her name making delicious cookies with an eye towards organic and local ingredients and creative South American flavours. You can now find her at her Colombian Street Food shop at 1565 Dupont Street. cookiemartinez.com