FoodShare's sixth annual Recipe For Change took place last week on Thursday, February 26th at the St. Lawrence North Market. FoodShare Toronto (Twitter: @FoodShareTO, Facebook: FoodShare Toronto) is Canada's original direct field to table Community Food Hub. Since 1985, FoodShare has been delivering good healthy food and food education to under-served schools and communities through programs focused in fresh product distribution, food literacy education and nutrition, urban agriculture and community cooking. All funds raised from Recipe For Change will go to supporting innovative food programs and Food Literary in schools.
A feast that is second to one, this year marks my third consecutive year at Recipe For Change; I wouldn't miss it for the world!
This year's fundraiser featured a silent auction which included a GE free-standing range, a Montreal getaway for two, a Kona AfricaBike Three, and much more.
Recipe For Change 2015 brought together 30 local chefs, 4 VQA wineries, 2 craft breweries, organic hot and cold teas, freshly brewed coffees and artisan food vendors, all for one very delicious party. With so much food and drinks to cover I better get right to it:
At $150 per person, the Recipe For Change fundraiser is an incredible value and a wonderful opportunity to support FoodShare’s work. Promoting healthy food and food education is important because everybody - regardless of age, gender and background - deserves access to affordable high-quality fresh food. Find out more at www.foodshare.net.