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Pre-order online until THU Aug 6, 10pm Pick up on FRI Aug 7, 6-7:30pm In Bridgetown, the capital of Barbados, the countless restaurants, food shops, street vendors and markets that line Baxter’s Road have been drawing locals and tourist to eat Bajan fare for well over 100 years. As a child growing up on Baxter’s Road, young Shem would take in all the tastes and aromas of this bustling marketplace. Men ran the many rum shops and women sold food…
Pre-order online until FRI Aug 7, 10pm Pick up on SAT Aug 8, 6-7:30pm Luscious & decadent yet healthy & wholesome — these vegan frozen treats are simply Fintastic! Chef Doris Fin introduces Finscicles, a deliciously luxurious plant-based frozen 'ice cream' bar made from 100% pure, organic ingredients — sunflower seeds, maple syrup, almond milk, coconut oil, local fruits and fair trade Chocosol chocolate — with no artificial flavours, sweeteners, or preservatives. Organic • Gluten-free • No refined sugar •…
Paella is often thought of as the Spanish national dish, but it is really a speciality of Valencia, though it has countless regional variations. Named after the pan it is cooked in, this classic rice dish has five key ingredients: Spanish short-grain Bomba rice, saffron, pimentón, olive oil and a paella pan. Beyond that, there are innumerable local versions incorporating everything from seafood to snails to rabbit. José Arato, owner and Head Chef of Pimentón, has built an enthusiastic following around his take on this classic dish at Evergreen Brickworks Farmer’s Market.
Pre-order online until TUE Aug 11, 10pm Pick up on WED Aug 12, 6-7:30pm Since at least the 14th Century, the Korean royal court was renowned for its tradition of surasang: elaborate meals featuring dozens of small dishes, with wide range of flavours, ingredients, techniques and textures, reflecting the bounty of the Korean kingdom. This legacy can still be found in the array of banchan, or small appetizers, that precede most Korean meals. Tonight Chef Sam Kim recreates a more modest version of this…
With more than 17,000 islands populated by more than 300 different ethnic groups, Indonesian cuisine has incredible breadth, depth and variety. Home of the original “Spice Islands”, Indonesia has been a culinary destination for centuries, sharing spices like nutmeg and clove with the rest of the world while absorbing and reimagining Indian, Chinese, Arabic, Thai and Dutch influences. Indonesian food boasts many unique flavours, textures and ingredients worth exploring, and tonight Javanese Chef Elita Rocka shares a few distinctive and authentic Indonesian recipes.
Chef Victor Uguweke grew up in a restaurant family in Lagos, and went on to work in kitchens here, in London (UK), and Beijing. Now he is proudly reclaiming his culinary heritage with his latest project, Afrobeat Kitchen, a mash-up of authentic recipes from the motherland with flavours and techniques acquired around the world.
An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Wednesday, repeating until December 31, 2020
Every Wednesday we feature a different guest cook – amateur or professional – making some of their favourite dishes. Entreés are usually around $12-$14; menus for each week are posted on Mondays. Vegetarian/vegan and/or gluten-free options are usually available as well – check that day’s menu for details. Learn more about Drop-In Dinners at The Depanneur
An event every week that begins at 12:00 am on Thursday and Friday, repeating until December 31, 2020
Host your next culinary event at The Depanneur! Take advantage of our fully-equipped kitchen and turnkey dining room for fun and intimate private dinner parties or workshops for 12-24 people. You can cook yourself, together with your friends, host a potluck, work with a chef or caterer of your choice, or we're happy to connect you with any of the amazing cooks we've worked with in the past. *Other weekday & weeknight slots also available on a first-come, first-served basis FIND…
An event every week that begins at 7:30 pm on Saturday, repeating until December 31, 2020
Family-style dinner parties by guest chefs Every weekend, the Rusholme Park Supper Club invites talented cooks, both amateur and professional, to prepare a multi-course meal for 24 guests to dine together in an informal, family-style dinner party. Tickets are $50 + HST and must be purchased in advance online through our event calendar or Facebook. Dinners are usually on Saturday nights; doors open at 7:30 and dinner served at 8pm. Guests are welcome to attend on their own, with a friend or in a…