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Recipe for Change 2016 [Upcoming Event]

Events 15 Feb 2016

So you’re thinking, a new year, new foodie goals? Or maybe, you want to be much more informed and make an impact to the food scene in Toronto? Then we got just the right event for you. FoodShare is hosting their 7th Annual Recipe for Change on Thursday February 25th from 6pm – 9pm at the St. Lawrence Market. It’ll be a great way to help an amazing cause and enjoy a fantastic night out.. ‘Foodie’ style’. Did we also mention that there’s 30 different chefs putting Toronto’s diverse food scene on display? Wait, you say you’re more of a ‘drinker’, FoodShare’s got you with 2 craft brewers, and 4 wineries also.

FoodShare
St.Lawrence Market South Building –
130 The Esplanade. Toronto, Ontario M5E 1C3
Recipe for Change


FoodShare’s Receipt for Change event is an awesome opportunity to help support food literary in schools right here in the Toronto. As shared by FoodShare’s Executive Director, “It raises needed funds to teach thousands of school aged children how to cook, grow food, compost and more. And it reminds us all that children of all ages are delighted to eat healthy food, become food conscious, competent and literate. I’m delighted at this year’s exciting line-up of visionary chefs, outstanding food and drink, and especially proud to have culinary arts students we work with at Bendale Technical Institute and Eastdale Collegiate joining us to serve their own delicious creations to our guests.”

“…it reminds us all that children of all ages are delighted to eat healthy food, become food conscious, competent and literate.”

We’ve been going to FoodShare almost every year (with the exception of last year when we were sick) and support them as much as we can. So don’t delay, get your times now… like RIGHT NOW! We’ll be there so be sure to say HI!

RFC2016TICKET LINK ($134.48/ticket) and more information here: More INFO

A Bit About FoodShare:
FoodShare Toronto (www.foodshare.net) is Canada’s largest community food security organization. Founded in 1985, FoodShare works with communities to improve access to healthy, affordable, sustainably-produced food through community-based programs and policy recommendations, with a vision of Good Healthy Food for All. FoodShare’s programs, which reach over 155,000 children and adults per month in Toronto, include fresh produce sourcing and sales, childhood nutrition, hands-on food education from JK-Grade 12, a healthy school cafeteria model, gardening, composting, cooking, and urban agriculture. See FoodShare’s multifaceted work in schools and childhood nutrition at: http://foodshare.net/program/educator/

About the author

Brian

best possible description of Brian: Works wayy too hard, but enjoys the simple things in life with a passion to give back to the community. He's interested in how things are started up and believes there are a ton of hidden gems within and just outside the city. Last but not least, continually grateful for all that has happened... the good and the bad. Cause honestly, we're more than blessed.

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