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(by Sally W)
The 5th Annual Chefs for Change Dinner Series
taking place in January and February 2019, entitled A Mid-Winter’s Feast, the Chefs for Change dinners are fundraising events for Community Food Centres Canada.
The gourmet dinners are 5-course meals with Canada’s top chefs serving dishes they’ve created together.
This year Chris Brown of Victor Dries Events arranged the 50 chefs from across the country – the biggest group yet. Chef Joel Rousell of George Brown College will bring a crew of culinary students to cook with the chefs once again. The four dinners are held on Wednesdays at the Propeller Coffee Co., 50 Wade Ave., Toronto. Tickets for the January 23 and 30 dates have sold out, but tickets are still available for February 20 and 27. The list of chefs is amazing, and the meals promise to be delicious, tasty and a learning experience for those who love cooking…and eating! With the bonus of the culinary events being fundraisers for an excellent cause, Community Food Centres Canada.
To date $350,000 approximately has been raised. The goal for this year is $170,000. Community Food Centres Canada support food programs which can change lives by bringing people together in low-income communities to grow, cook, share and promote good food for everyone. Community Food Centres Canada is a national non-profit building health, belonging and social justice in low-income communities through food. For more information, visit http://www.cfccanada.ca.