Tag: FoodShare

FoodShare Cookbook

For nearly 30 year FoodShare has been at the front of the good food movement in Toronto, helping a wide array of citizens eat well and build communities centred on delicious, wholesome food in innovative and joyful ways. And...

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Adrienne DeFrancesco Discusses Recipe for Change

On May 26th, Foodshare is hosting round two of their annual Recipe for Change. It is set to be an unforgettable evening of socializing, drinking and eating with Toronto’s top chefs. Foodshare’s Adrienne DeFrancesco was kind enough to share with me her personal philosophy of good food and discuss the upcoming Recipe for Change.

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Recipe for Change – May 26

FoodShare is proud to announce the line-up of chefs for May 26th Recipe for Change event at the North St. Lawrence Market. Chefs include Adam Colquhoun (Oyster Boy), Albert Ponzo (Le Select), Anne Yarymowich (FRANK at the AGO), Anthony Rose (The Drake Hotel), Chris McDonald (Cava/Xococava), David Garcelon (Fairmont Royal York), Didier Leroy (Didier), Donna Dooher (Mildred’s Temple Kitchen), Fabio Bondi (Local Kitchen and Wine Bar), Mark Cutrara (Cowbell), Martin Kouprie (Pangaea), Michael van Winkel (Quince), Winlai Wong (Spice Route) to name but a few. For a full list of chefs and participating suppliers click here.

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What Happens at FoodShare

FoodShare was started in the 1980s by the (then) City of Toronto as resource for people looking for food banks, and they still operate the FoodLink hotline that connects people to food. But, since the ealry 90s, under the leadership of Executive Director Debbie Field, FoodShare has been at the forefront of innovative programming around good food in Toronto.

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Sustaining Ontario: Lauren Baker’s Good Food Ideas

I found a lot of supportive language in our policies. That’s where I came up with the idea of the ‘Good Food Gaps’: Ontario has all these environmental, social, agricultural and health promotion policies that talk about all the great local food object that we’d like to achieve, but we’re not seeing those initiatives supported on the ground.

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