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The top 10 food events in Toronto this November

Food events in Toronto this November will let you sample lots of gourmet eats from some of the top chefs in the city. There are also plenty of opportunities for you to stuff your face in support of a good cause at a food fundraiser or to raise a glass at an all-ladies beer festival.

Here are the top food events for November in Toronto.

Anthony Bourdain (Sony Centre, Nov. 1)
Celebrity Chef Anthony Bourdain heads out on an 11 city tour to support his new cookbook Appetites. In this show, he'll talk about food, his travel. and share lots of tasty tales.

Eat to the Beat (Roy Thomson Hall, Nov. 1)
On the first day of the month, 60 female chefs will cook up a feast in support of the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. This event has been going on for 21 years, so despite its pricey entrance fee, it should be a hit.

Canada's All Ladies Craft Beer Festival (Artscape Wychwood Barns, Nov. 5)
The Society of Beer Drink Ladies is back with another All Ladies Craft Beer Festival. This time, it's at Artscape Wychwood Barns and it's supposed to be the SOBDL's biggest bevy to date.

Dudes and Dukes (Mod Club, Nov. 5)
The Food Dudes and Union Duke come together for a night of bluegrass and grub at the Mod Club. If you love music and stuffing your face with food, this event's for you. Tickets are $30.

Evening at the Market (St. Lawrence Market, Nov. 10)
Watch as the St. Lawrence Market transforms into a night market in support of Second Harvest. Tickets for this annual event are $75 and include food from the Market's 64 vendors.

Taste of Iceland (Jump, Nov. 10-13)
For the sixth year, Taste of Iceland has landed in Toronto to showcase the splendor of this country. For the entire mini festival, Jump will feature a collaborative menu by Sigurdur Helgason from Reykjavík's Grillið and Jump's Miheer Shete.

Tabasco Hawker Market (Artscape Wychwood Barns, Nov. 10)
This night market brings together high-calibre chefs, like Baro's Steve Gonzalez, DaiLo's Nick Liu and The Tempered Room's Bertrand Alépée for a night of food, fun and hot sauce. Tickets are $35 and include seven tasting tokens.

Noshfest (Artscape Wychwood Barns, Nov. 13)
Toronto's first Jewish food festival will arrive next month to throw the spotlight on vendors like Pancer's Original Deli, Caplansky's and Schmaltz Appetizing. The event will include kosher and kosher-style eats.

Ocean Wise Chowder Showdown (Fermenting Cellar, Nov. 15)
This event at the Fermenting Cellar, in support of Ocean Wise, brings together a slew of chefs to compete in a chowder competition. Tickets are $55 and include chowder tastings and beer.

Gourmet Food and Wine Expo (Metro Toronto Convention Centre, Nov. 17-20)
This massive event the Convention Centre lets you try all sorts of different types of wine, beer, and spirits as well as delicious morsels of food. Tickets are $15 in advance or $20 at the door.

Did I miss a food event on your radar? Let us know in the comments.

Photo of the Gourmet Food and Wine Expo by Natta Summerky.


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