Presented in partnership with the Toronto Food Film Festival
Join Chef Daniel Holloway of Urban Acorn for a sustainable plant-based workshop and meal. Holloway aims to highlight the power of sustainability by featuring vegan recipes with seasonal ingredients, which uses a by-product called aquafaba (chickpea water).
When you arrive you’ll be greeted with a hummus snack.
Participants will learn to make the following;
Autumn Squash Bake with Walnut and Oat Crumb with Plum Creme
Ginger Spice Cake with Ontario Poached Pears, Caramel Sauce, Vanilla Bean Whipped Cream
$60 + HST
Gratuities not included.
Executive Chef Daniel Holloway of Urban Acorn Catering believes great food is achieved by harnessing bold flavours from humble ingredients. With over 15 years in the culinary industry, he has catered for high profiled clients such as Margaret Atwood, Prince, former Lieutenant Governor Michaëlle Jean and Vegan athlete turned deputy general for the green part of Canada, George Laraque. Chef Holloway’s signature style can be best described as refined comfort food, a blend of rustic Canadian cuisine with fine French techniques.
Looking to bridge the social gap between vegans and omnivores, Holloway moved to Toronto in 2012 and joined forces with Haitian partner Marie Fitrion. They created Urban Acorn LTD., a Toronto-based sustainable plant-based food company focused on connecting food and community. By collaborating with other chefs and like-minded local businesses, Holloway aims to create a communal connection to food and celebrate its diversity regardless of dietary restrictions. His food philosophy is simple… Food Should Unite, Not Divide People.
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