Trends, Supply, and The New Future
Food and Story are the most powerful tools we have to change the world. Climate change demands an unprecedented transformation in how we eat, what we eat, and our understanding of this very thing that unites all people. Join teacher, consultant and inventor Grayson Bass for a unique perspective on food, farming, climate and how we connect as people in the 21st century.
Grayson is one of the founders of D.I.G. Community Lab, whose goal is to provide resources that will help improve the lives of farmers, access to capital, access to technology, and build resilience into the global food supply chain. The Community Lab is a working demonstration farm where farmers, students, and researchers from all over the world can learn how to integrate their skills with new technologies, gain access to tools and resources to increase productivity in farming while mitigating challenges related to climate adaptation.
Dinner by Len Senater
This menu focuses on a mix of local & seasonal ingredients (no small feat in Canada in February), preserved ingredients, and ingredients whose abundance we may take for granted.
White Winter Soup (Parsnip, Rutabaga, Celeriac, Apple & Pear)
Wild Mushroom, Barley & Lentil ‘Risotto’ with Salt Cod & Dulse Fishcakes and Preserved Red Cabbage & Pickled Beet Salad
Warm Peanut Butter & Chocolate Chip Banana Bread with Vanilla Ice Cream
#vegan options available
Doors open at 6pm, talk starts at 7pm
Includes dinner and coffee or tea.
$35 (includes HST)
This Table Talk is presented in collaboration with Artery
Every space is a stage. Artery lets anyone bring creative experiences to life, in places you may not expect.
Grayson Bass is globally renowned for his consulting work with governments and corporations solving complex problems. As a Teacher, Leader and Inventor, Grayson has formed and lead strategy initiatives and operations for start-ups to established multinationals around the world focusing on Innovation and Product/Portfolio Management. The father of three small children, Grayson has focused his expertise and experience on solving the most important issues of the 21st century: Climate Adaptation and Food Security. A native Texan and a global nomad, when he is not home in Toronto, you can find him on different parts of the globe seeking out innovative ideas and having conversations with interesting people. adigidea.com | mayorw.com
Every month The Depanneur invites a local food personality to talk about something that interests them while Dep founder Len Senater cooks dinner for everyone.