Bombay Street Food will be At Recipe for Change on February 26!

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Recipe for Change: Good Food for a Great Cause

On Thursday, February 26th, join us for a deliciously fun event!

Recipe for Change, the ultimate food event presented by FoodShare, will satisfy your inner foodie as you party for the love – and future – of food.

Happening at the St. Lawrence North Market from 6pm-9pm, this year’s edition, “Party for the Future of Food,” will feature 30 local chefs and more  We are honoured to be in some great company, including some of your favourites, from go-to restaurants like DaiLoFonda Lola, and Pizzeria Libretto, to the ultimate sweet tooth satisfier, Sweet Sammies. For a complete list of vendors, click here and for a complete menu, click here.

Once you’ve purchased your ticket, you have access to  unlimited food and drink throughout the evening! 

There will also be a fabulous silent auction (more details here) and the event is all for a good cause. Recipe for Change raises money for FoodShare programs that inspire the next generation of healthy eaters, growers, and sharers. The organization’s field-to-table approach focuses on the entire system that puts food on our tables – from growing, processing, and distribution of food, to its purchasing, cooking, and consumption.

FoodShare is a leading community food organization in Toronto, with an MO to return healthy food and food literacy to schools. Every year, their programs reach over 223,000 people in the city. Some of the children the organization works with will be on-site to dish up eats at one of the stations.

This is one meal you don’t want to miss out on – buy your tickets now.

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