Delicious Must-Do: FoodShare’s Annual Recipe For Change Unites 30 of Toronto’s Top Chefs

FoodShare‘s 9th Annual Recipe For Change event is going down at St. Lawrence Market on Thursday, February 22nd and will bring together 30 of the city’s finest chefs for a truly memorable culinary experience that gives back. This is a must-do, must-eat event for socially minded foodies! 

Presented by Tangerine Bank, this event supports vital food literacy work in Toronto schools and school farm programs. Food education and food security are causes dear to our heart, but Recipe For Change is also one of the best ways to add vibrancy, fun, pleasure and deliciousness to Toronto’s mid-winter; we guarantee this night will delight your senses and warm you up!

Step inside St. Lawrence Market and wind your way around the historic setting, stopping to savour and experience whatever whets your palette! Guests are invited to connect and celebrate with the likes of Chefs Nuit Regular (Sukho Thai), Amreen and Seema Omar (Bombay Street Food), Bertrand Alépée (The Tempered Room), Melanie and Frank Bozzo (PlantYYZ), among many others. 

“We work hard to increase access to nutritious food all year-round while teaching kids about the importance of eating healthy and cooking food on their own,” says Wynette Tavares, Field to Table Schools Manager at FoodShare. “This event is our night to highlight the work we do in schools, celebrate the great flavours Toronto has to offer, all while raising funds for this very important cause.” FoodShare’s programs have successfully reached over 270,000 people in Toronto last year alone. SO LET’S ALL GO to support, eat, drink and be merry! 

Tickets for Recipe For Change are now on sale. The $135 ticket includes all-you-can-eat-and-drink access for the duration of the three-hour event. DO NOT PROCRASTINATE: THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT! Get all the deets about the good that FoodShare does for our community here.

Follow on Facebook, Twitter and IG with @FoodShareTO #recipeforchange #rfc18. See you there?

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