Tag: Mark Cutrara

Savour Stratford

Fall/Autumn is our favourite season here at Good Food Revolution and one of our favourite food events at this time of year is the gastronomic festival that is Savour Stratford, taking place this year from the 21st to the 23rd of...

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The Great Hall

Chef Mark Cutrara of Cowbell fame is currently in the process of opening a new restaurant called Samuel J. Moore in Queen Street West’s historied Great Hall. The space, due to open in August of 2012, takes over the ground...

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Group Of Seven Dinner @ The Department

Good Food Revolution would like to draw your attention to an exceptional and intimate culinary event happening at The Department gallery space, 1389 Dundas West, Toronto, on Monday the 11th of July.

The Group Of Seven are a collective of some of our favourite Chefs from across the city:

Beast’s Scott Vivian, Buca’s Rob Gentile, Cowbell’s Mark Cutrara, Globe Earth’s Kevin McKenna, Parts and Labour’s Matty Matheson, The Stop’s Chris Brown, and The Tempered Chef’s Bertrand Alépée.

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Toronto’s New Conscious Food Festival

Scott Rondeau, of Power Juncture and the force behind Toronto’s Festival of Beer and Toronto Wine & Spirit Festival, wanted to host a celebration of good food by switching up the dynamic from the more common, high-priced charity events, which have been very effective and which he thinks are great, to a more accessible promotion of the growing sustainable food movement, hopefully introducing thousands of people to food that is local, natural, healthy and delicious.

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Michael Steh and the Slow Food Chef Dinner Series

Chef Michael Steh, of reds bistro in Toronto’s financial district, is famed for his homemade charcuterie and commitment to Slow Food. Arlene Stein, Co-Leader of Slow Food Toronto, recently sat down with Chef Steh and GFR brought our video camera along. Stein asks Steh to talk about the dinner he’s hosting for a compendium of SF chefs including Jamie Kennedy, Chris McDonald, Donna Dooher, Jeff Crump, David Chrystian, Mark Cutrara, Jonathan Gushue, Kevin McKenna, Jason Innis, Afrim Pristine, David Castellan, Bertrand Alépée and Leslie Steh. He also explains why Slow Food is important to him and what he does at reds.

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Jo Dickins at Empty Bowls 2010

On May 19, I enjoyed my second visit to the Empty Bowls fundraiser at the Gardiner Museum – which isn’t saying much as the event is in its 18th year. For a mere $45, guests get to choose and keep a unique, handmade bowl, and taste (if they can manage it) 20 different soups by a selection of the top chefs in the city… all in a beautiful space, on a gorgeous spring day… and, ALL the proceeds go to the Anishnawbe Health Centre for aboriginal people in downtown Toronto.

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