Kitchen workshop: Caribbean taste of colombia

Featured, Kitchen Workshops, Recipes from our Community

We’re back for the 4th workshop of the year in the series Recipes from the community, where we invite members of our community of all ages to share their recipes and culinary successes.

Nico is a community member who is currently working as an adult educator and community development practitioner for the Good Food Machine – a school food literacy program where he is helping over 200 teachers across Ontario, Nunavut, northern Quebec, British Columbia, New Brunswick, and northern Manitoba.

Nico’s experience and knowledge in creating educational programs as well as his strong passion for civic engagement, food justice are what has encouraged him to animate this workshop and share some of his favourite recipes with us!

When: Wednesday, May 22nd from 5pm – 8pm
Where: The Roulant’s kitchen, 111 rue Roy east
Cost:  15$-25$
Registration: follow this link to register on Eventbrite

On the Menu:

Starter: Patacones con hogao: common entree dish of crusty smashed plantains topped with guacamole and tomato onion sauce (vegan)
Main: Ceviche: traditional dish from the Caribbean made with white fish marinated in an orange sauce. Tofu can be replaced for vegan/vegetarian 
Dessert: Cocadas: shredded coconut balls bathed in honey or maple syrup topped with orange zest.

Interested in leading a workshop?Learn how you can get involved!

Reserve your spot
Because of high interest, we ask that you register and pay in advance on Eventbrite. If you can’t make it to the workshop, please let us know at least 24 hrs in advance so that we can give your spot to another person. No refunds will be possible, however, we are happy to give you General Store credit.

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