A Fresh Start to 2021

 

While not much has changed on the pandemic front; Toronto is still in lockdown, winter has set in and we are looking at the two coldest months of the year to get through. Still, we’ve changed – certainly 2020 has changed us as individuals – in more ways than in previous years, and collectively. The human race came in to 2020 with no idea what the future held. We are coming into 2021 with our eyes wide open and maybe our hearts a bit more open as well. And our kitchens – well, have they ever seen so much action? Continue »



We’ll Get Through This

Let’s get peaceful.

 

It’s snowing outside as the city prepares for a second lockdown. Maybe it’s time to take five minutes and clear our heads. How about a little peaceful meditation? Continue »



Your New Normal

 

We’re stepping away from food talk today, just for a moment, to talk about change and growth. As the leaves turn and the weather chills, we look at settling in for the winter. Much has been said about the new normal, but the fact that we get to determine what our personal new normal is often gets overlooked. Continue »



Sukkot Starts Tonight

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A Cooking Class From Indigenous Mexico

 

Learn to cook the Mexican post-colonial dish, molletes guided by artist Beatriz Paz Jiménez. “If you are interested in Mesoamerican polyculture; Mexican Indigenous food ways; the links between ancestral foods, agriculture and self-definition; the effects of racism, colonialism and migration on homelands and much more, this is for you,” says curator Su-Ying Lee. Participants will receive a special ingredient for the cooking portion of the event that was sent by Beatriz from Mexico City. Continue »