Weekly Eater: Toronto food events for March 19 to 25

Weekly Eater: Toronto food events for March 19 to 25

Want to learn how to make mustard like this? Head to the Brick Works on Thursday (Image: Danielle Scott) 

Monday, March 19

  • 86’D: Join Ivy Knight for the bread-and-butter battle. Watch contestants from Brockton General, The Gabardine, Bread Bar and more show off their kneading and churning skills. The Drake, 1150 Queen St. W., 416-531-5042. Find out more »
  • Order of Good Cheer Dinner at Gilead Bistro: A four-course menu prepared by Jamie Kennedy paired with wines from Prince Edward County’s By Chadsey’s Cairns winery. Gilead Bistro, 4 Gilead Pl., 647-288-0680. Find out more »
  • Tastes of Tomorrow: George Brown Chef School hosts a molecular gastronomy demonstration with Chef John Placko. Find out more »
  • Sorauren Farmers’ Market: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the field house at Sorauren Park. 50 Wabash Ave. Find out more »


Tuesday, March 20

  • Macaron Day TO: Enjoy a free macaron at participating patisseries in support of the Red Door Family Shelter. Find out more »
  • Boehmer weekly lobster boil: Get a whole, garlic-butter-drenched lobster for $18 every Tuesday. Boehmer, 93 Ossington Ave., 416-531-3800. Find out more »
  • Battaglia Cocktalia: Paese hosts a bartending showdown series taking place weekly through April 19. This week: Absolute Elyx Textures. Paese Ristorante, 333 King St. W., 416-599-6585. Find out more »
  • YIMBY Info Session: Learn more about Yes in My Backyard, The Stop’s garden sharing program. Free snacks included. Location TBD. 416-651-7867, ext. 27. Find out more »
  • Cook Like Julia Child: Master the art of French cooking at The Chef Upstairs. 516 Mount Pleasant Rd., 416-544-9221. Find out more »

Wednesday, March 21

  • Global Wine Tour: An introduction to wine tasting in which you can sample a flight of eight different wines with food pairings. The Fine Wine Reserve, King St. W. (at Spadina), 416-909-0460. Find out more »
  • Gaia Wine Dinner at Maléna: Join chef Alex Bruveris for an evening in Greece. Four-course menu with wine pairings. Maléna, 120 Avenue Rd., 416-964-0606. Find out more »

Thursday, March 22

  • Global Wine Tour: Exploring the Wines of the World. Sample a flight of six different wines from around the globe, with food pairings. The Fine Wine Reserve, King St. W. (at Spadina), 416-909-0460. Find out more »
  • Masters of Food and Wine: A tasting and teaching event inspired by local flavours with chef Joan Monfaredi. Park Hyatt Toronto, 4 Avenue Rd., 416-324-1472. Find out more »
  • Green Bites Workshop: Cut the Mustard: The experts at Kozlik’s Mustard provide a mustard-inspired workshop including a cooking demonstration (with free samples). Evergreen Brick Works, 550 Bayview Ave., 416-596-7670. Find out more »
  • Food for Change: The Stop chef Chris Brown presents a locally inspired five-course menu in support of The Stop’s charity programs. The Green Barn, 601 Christie St., 416-652-1602, ext. 236. Find out more »
  • Cabernets of Coonawarra: Taste a variety of wines from Australia’s tiny, cigar-shaped red wine region. University of Toronto Faculty Club, 41 Willcocks St. Find out more »
  • Dufferin Grove Farmers’ Market: 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. in the rink house at Dufferin Grove. 875 Dufferin St. Find out more »

Friday, March 23

  • Weekly drop-in dinner: Stop in for a $9 bottomless bowl of something tasty at The Depanneur’s weekly casual dinners. Tonight: French lentil soup, salad and garlic bread. The Depanneur, 1033 College St., info@thedepanneur.ca. Find out more »
  • Date Night Bistro Nouveau: Learn how to make simple bistro food at home. Dish Cooking Studio, 390 Dupont St., 416-920-6469. Find out more »

Saturday, March 24

  • Evergreen Brick Works Farmers’ Market: 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. 550 Bayview Ave. Find out more »
  • The Stop Farmers’ Market: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Wychwood Barns, 61 Christie St. Find out more »

Sunday, March 25

  • Japanese Home Cooking with Stuart Sakai: The Depanneur hosts a demonstration of traditionally inspired homestyle Japanese cooking. The Depanneur, 1033 College St., info@thedepanneur.ca. Find out more »
  • Barley’s Angels: Discover the beers of Belgium, Germany and Austria with Guy McClelland. The Town Crier, 115 John St., 416-204-9588. Find out more »
  • Beer 4 Boobs Toronto: Fundraiser for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation. A lineup of beers brewed by nine of the Ontario’s top female brewers representing six craft breweries. Bar Volo, 587 Yonge St., 416-928-0008. Find out more »