THE DEPANNEUR COLLEGE ST. LOCATION HAS CLOSED
The end of an era… and the start of a whole new adventure! MORE >
For over a decade, The Depanneur hosted thousands of unique Drop-In Dinners, Cooking Classes, Table Talks, and Supper Clubs. The Dep was also the birthplace of Newcomer Kitchen, a non-profit social enterprise that helped create social and economic opportunities for Syrian refugee women through food-based projects.
In 2023 The Depanneur will be exploring new ways to celebrate the incredible diversity of culinary talent we have in Toronto. You can keep abreast of our latest developments and new collaborations via our email newsletter, (subscribe here), or on our Facebook or Instagram pages.
COMMUNAL TABLE: Filipino Faves | Maria Polotan
Kamayan is a Tagalog word that translates to “by hand” and refers to a traditional Filipino style of eating—communally, and without plates or utensils. A typical kamayan meal features a table covered in banana leaves which is then artfully arranged with a variety of traditional Filipino dishes served rice, condiments and garnishes. Join Maria Polotan of Mama Linda’s for the unique culinary experience of kamayan, showcasing the flavours and traditions of Filipino cuisine.Find out more »
COMMUNAL TABLE: Tunisia La Douce | Fatima Khlifi & Zeyneb Rejeb
The cuisine of Tunisia is a blend of Mediterranean and Berber culinary traditions. Its distinctive spiciness comes from the many civilizations which have ruled the land now known as Tunisia: Romans, Vandals, Byzantines, Arabs, Spanish, Turkish, Italians (Sicilians), French, and the native Punics-Berber people. Cousins Zeyneb and Fatima bonded in Toronto over their shared love of traditional Tunisian food, and are excited to share this classic couscous, a labour-intensive, time-consuming dish often reserved for special occasions and big family gatherings.Find out more »
COMMUNAL TABLE: Autumn Equinox Feast | Dashmaawaan Bemaadzinjin
Join Dashmaawaan Bemaadzinjin (They Feed the People) on September 14, in anticipation of the Autumn Equinox, to celebrate the changing of the seasons and the gifts of the fall harvest.Find out more »