Food plays a huge and fundamental role in our lives. It’s what connects us to each other, and it’s at the centre of many of society’s most pressing issues, from income and health to climate change and land rights.
Few know more about the politics and pleasure of food than journalist and advocate Mark Bittman. The bestselling author of more than 20 food and cooking books is one of North America’s most well-respected voices on the many facets of the food file, from how to bake a perfect loaf of bread to how our food policies impact our health and the health of our planet.
If you love food and care about how our food choices shape our lives, you won't want to miss this wide-ranging conversation between Mark Bittman and Ann Hui, National Food Reporter at the Globe and Mail.
Date: Wednesday, October 11, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. (doors at 6:30, event starts at 7)
Location: The Great Hall, 1087 Queen St. W.
Price: General admission: $25. Cash bar. // General admission + catered post-event party: $75. Catering provided by Vic Dries events
Post-event reception catered by Victor Dries Catering, a collaboration between chefs Chris Brown, founder/chef of Citizen Catering, and Grant Van Gameren, founder/chef of Bar Isabel and Bar Raval.
Host: This event is presented by Community Food Centres Canada