Toronto Taste

The 25 greatest hits from Toronto Taste 2013

Toronto Taste, Second Harvest's 23rd annual culinary fundraiser, was held at the ROM on Sunday, and featured 65 of the city's most popular restaurants and 35 beverage purveyors. Food and wine lovers who paid the $250 ticket price were treated to a dizzying array of seemingly endless fine food and wines, and got the opportunity to rub shoulders (and be served by) some of Toronto's top chefs, including Food Network chefs Mark McEwan and Michael Smith.

Second Harvest is a food rescue and delivery program which takes donations of surplus fresh and frozen food, and delivers it to local community agencies. This event has raised over $9 million to support Second Harvest.

Check out 25 photos from this culinary adventure.

All photos by Natta Summerky


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