Tag: Lynn Crawford

Cook For The Cure PINKnic

By: Rebecca Feigelsohn On Monday, hundreds gathered in David Pecault Square in downtown Toronto for a flash-mob style potluck dinner hosted by Kitchen Aid supporting the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. Being a flash-mob, the...

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What’s On The Table 2011

Join us at the seventh annual What’s on the Table for a dazzling array of delicious and creative food from dozens of Toronto’s top chefs, including Beast’s Scott Vivian, Scaramouche’s Keith Froggett, and long-time Stop supporter Jamie Kennedy.

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International Women’s Day at Mildred’s Temple Kitchen

On March 8, 2011, Mildred’s Temple Kitchen celebrated the 100th anniversary of International Women’s Day with a fundraiser for the Sistering Organization. A group of Toronto’s celebrated female chefs joined forces to prepare a delectable four-course meal, all in the name of raising funds for Sistering, the Toronto drop-in for homeless and marginalized women.

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A Day With Gordon Ramsay

Gordon Ramsay was in fine form using the F-word and having a good time critiquing our work. I was thrilled when Gordon tasted my blue and rare steaks, and I quote “They are seared beautifully and cooked to perfection”. What more could a chef ask for?

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Prison Food – Learning to Cook in the Pen

My first interview is at Pittsburgh Institution with Andre Callaghan. A young soft spoken man who is enthralled by what he sees on Food TV. He likes Gordon Ramsay, wants to pursue an interest in vegetarian cooking and will be released in July 2011. When I asked him why he applied to be in the program, he seemed rather uneasy with the question. But as we talk, it becomes apparent that he takes great pride in the work that he is a part of everyday.

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