Farmer's Market Cooking Class

Experience true Farm-to-Table culture!
Date
Sep
7
Start
8:00 AM
Price
$20 – $65
Host
Doris Fin
Singer
Maria Rozynska
venue
Cucinato Studio

Introduction

Experience Farm to Table Culture Directly!

Join Chef Doris Fin as she guides you through the Farmer's Market experience at Wychwood Barns.

DESCRIPTION

Discover the flavors of Ontario and meet and understand why farmers love to grow and take care of their land. After choosing a selection of ingredients, guests will head to the culinary school nearby & dive into cooking the treasures they freshly picked. Focus will be on Gluten Free & Vegan dishes, with guests welcome to incorporate their own non-vegan market bought ingredients if they wish.

You'll Learn:
What to look for when choosing fresh produce
What questions to ask the farmers 
How to establish a connection with your food producer
How to cook what you've bought into a delicious meal

COMMUNAL MEAL

Following the workshop, guests get to eat what they've created with a fun and engaging communal meal! Gluten Free & Vegan Workshop!

Menu

Creamy Roasted Tomato Chickpea Soup

Roasted Veggies

Kale Caesar Salad

Spiralize Zucchini (Zoodles)

Medley Pesto

SINGER

There is no Singer associated with this event.

SCHEDULE

8:00 AM - Meet Chef Doris at Wychwood Barns for a Tour  (1 hour)

9:00 AM Explore the Market (30 mins)

9:30 AM Travel to Cucinato Studio (about 15 minutes)

9:45 AM Snack break (about 15 minutes)

10:00 AM Farmer's Market Cooking Workshop (about 2 hours)

12:00 PM Communal Meal (1 hour)

YOUR HOST:

Doris Fin
An award winning international chef based out of Toronto, Doris specializes in plant-based culinary arts, teaches interactive culinary classes, caters private events, and is currently working on a cookbook and traveling for her documentary film series featuring food of the world with top chefs and farmers. Doris’s love for food and fresh ingredients (both exotic & local) began when she was 7 years old. Her fascination with culinary art ignited her passion to create magic in kitchens across the world. By going right to the source of their origin Doris learned about different spices, plants, sauces, grains, sweeteners, and various methods of cooking. She was curious to understand how different dishes were made using the same ingredient and why certain ingredients were better used in some dishes than others. No matter where she discovered food it was very evident that fresh, local and seasonal foods always tasted better. It’s no surprise she promotes eating local and seasonal and supporting local farmers and food growers. Doris’ mission is to inspire and ignite the intuitive inner chef in you so that cooking becomes second nature and an exciting activity, even a passion, rather than obligatory like a chore or just fuel to keep one going like a battery. Food can keep our lives exciting, bring us pleasure and connect us to each other Eat real food and allow it to ignite your mind and body with a drive that inspires you to connect to yourself and others. You are what you eat so eat real food and eat with joy and childish glee. You deserve it!

WRAP UP

Discover local, organic & wider flavors to cook with beyond the limited choices from basic grocery stores.
Farmers markets will help enhance your knowledge in the kitchen, enjoy the outdoors, and find out why this is the preferred choice of many.

TICKETS

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TICKETS NOTES

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Culinary class is limited space. Lunch is open to everyone!

Families with children welcome! Inquire about our kids tickets. (Includes morning farmer's market tour + workshop + communal meal).

See you in September!

Venue

Cucinato Studio
1338 Lansdowne Ave.
Toronto, Ontario M6H 3Z8 Canada

transportation

 Parking
  • On the street
Streetcar
  • #512 St. Clair
Bus
  • 512 St. Clair
Subway
  • Bloor Line (Bathurst St.)

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