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Gallery: 30 top Toronto chefs at FoodShare’s annual Recipe for Change fundraiser

Gallery: 30 top Toronto chefs at FoodShare’s annual Recipe for Change fundraiser
(Image: Ben Goloff)

The north building at St. Lawrence Market was filled to near-bursting on Thursday as food-loving philanthropists gathered to support FoodShare, a non-profit organization that endeavours bring healthy eating to all Torontonians. Recipe for Change, now in its fourth year, has become one of the city’s pre-eminent foodie fundraisers, with 400 patrons paying $125 to nibble on plates that tended to follow FoodShare’s devoutly seasonal philosophy (root vegetables were everywhere). Among the big name chefs supplying those plates were Aaron Joseph Bear Robe of Keriwa Cafe, Brad Long of Café BeLong, Pizzeria Libretto’Rocco Agostino and Momofuku Toronto’s Sam Gelman and Hans Vogels. Between the ticket sales and the silent auction, FoodShare raised $42,000 to support its food literacy initiatives—educating Toronto students about not just nutrition but the entire food system, from seedlings to table to compost and back again.

Check out the chefs and their dishes »

Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013
Recipe for Change 2013

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