WOTT Baner 2014

Jamie and I invite all Good Food Revolution readers to join us this year’s 10th anniversary edition of What’s On The Table, the pioneering party held in support of The Stop Community Centre, to be held on the evening of Wednesday, November 5. Whether it was trailing an obviously impressed Jamie Oliver around The Stop’s Green Barn, or Jamie Drummond’s adventure of serving lunch on Davenport Road, GFR is especially grateful to The Stop for consistently providing us with compelling stories of innovation and community building through food. What’s On The Table (or ‘WOTT’ as the pros say) is a great expression of the spirit of The Stop, and a fun and delicious way for those of us who are lucky enough not to worry about where our next meal is going to come from to support this amazing institution.

Ruby Watchco Team at WOTT 2013

Chefs Lora Kirk and Lynn Crawford head-up the Ruby Watchco team at WOTT 2013.

At a reception for the volunteers and donors that make WOTT possible, held at the offices of Stonegate Private Counsel, CEO Jamie Ross explained why his firm stepped up to be the presenting sponsor of the event for the sixth year in row: “We got involved in The Stop because we wanted to do good in our community in a way that made a difference.” In other words, The Stop gets results, which is why 29 restaurants and food companies from DaiLo to Jamie Kennedy, and 10 wine, beer, coffee and tea (!) producers from Stratus to Pluck will be serving and pouring for WOTT guests (see the whole list here). It’s going to be a big and delicious party.

Organize your friends and book your tickets now at wott.thestop.org, before it sells out (again). And look for Jamie and I pigging out on November 5.

Malcolm Jolley is a founding editor of Good Food Revolution and Executive Director of Good Food Media, the company that publishes it. Follow him on Twitter or Facebook.