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Toronto Food Events: Evening at the Market, Taste of Iceland, Vegeteliene, Flavours of the Greek Islands

Toronto Food Events rounds up the most delicious events, festivals, pop-ups, winemaker dinners, supper clubs and other food related happenings in Toronto this week and next. You can find us here every Friday morning.

THIS WEEK

  • Tickets are now available for an Evening at the Market in support FoodShare Toronto. Taking place from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, November 12 at the historic St. Lawrence Market, this meandering feast costs $75 and includes food and drink presented by chefs and merchants.
  • A Taste of Iceland is on from November 12 to 15 at Luma (330 King St. West) offering a four-course Icelandic menu ($75) from Ylfa Helgadóttir (Kopar) in collaboration with chefs Michael Wilson and Anthony Walsh.
  • Take part in a Hands-on Butchering Workshop presented by Carnivora and Stock in Trade (1272 Danforth Avenue) on Sunday, November 8 at 7 p.m. For $55, participants will each get a whole chicken which they will learn to truss and cut, plus watch a demonstration on butchering rabbit.

UPCOMING

  • The Depanneur (1033 College St.) hosts Végételiene - A Vegan French Dinner Party by Emily Zimmerman in part of their Supper Club series on Saturday, November 14. Tickets are $40 for the multi course menu featuring oyster (mushrooms) on the half-shell, meatless bouillabaisse and soufflé.
  • The 21st annual Gourmet Food & Wine Expo takes place November 19 to 22 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre (255 Front Street). The Expo will offer over 1,500 wines, beers, spirits and gourmet food.
  • U-Feast presents Flavours of the Greek Islands hosted by celebrity chef Christine Cushing on Wednesday, November 25 at George (111 Queen Street East). The five-course menu offered for $120 with wine pairings will feature dishes like shellfish kavatelli and Mastika brûlée.

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