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Friday October 19, 2012
We updated our Media Coverage for Soupalicious 2012 page check it out here.
Friday October 12, 2012
Soup's On! in Utopia, ON
Saturday October 13, 2012
11am – 3pm
8396 6th Line, Utopia, ON
In support of Plant a Row • Grow a Row, The Angus Food Bank
and the restoration of the Utopia Gristmill.
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The "tastiest" soup festival this weekend! ;)
Tuesday October 2, 2012
to everyone for all your help & support
in making Soupalicious Toronto 2012
such a lovely and successful event this year!
Monday September 24, 2012
Alphonsa's has added a second recipe this year with their Yellow Velvet Soup with Relish which you will be able to sample at Soupalicicous Toronto 2012.
Wednesday September 12, 2012
Southern Accent has added two new recipes to our collection this year for Soupalicicous Toronto 2012. They are Seafood Gumbo and Chipotle Basil Corn Chowder.
Monday August 20, 2012
Alphonsa's has added a new recipe to our Soupalicious Toronto recipe page.
This years Cream of Kale and Mushroom Soup.
Wednesday August 1, 2012
The Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance has now been added as a new partner.
Thursday July 26, 2012
We just updated our volunteer page for more information click here.
Wednesday July 25, 2012
Don’t wish Summer away … but it’s time to plan for Sunday September 30th
and your “sipping & slurping” of GREAT soups at
Soupalicious Toronto 2012.
Date: Sunday September 30th, 2012
Time: Noon – 5pm
Location: Artscape Wychwood Barns
601 Christie Street, Toronto
Cost: $10 ! + HST for adults
(your entry fee gives you 10 tickets to sample 10 of our fabulous soups)
We are so pleased to welcome COBS Bread as a supporting partner for Soupalicious!
There are a limited number of tickets (we really mean this … ) so we would encourage you to buy your tickets in advance to avoid disappointment.
The funds raised from Soupalicious are dedicated to the support of
Plant a Row • Grow a Row which encourages the sharing of the harvest from your garden with neighbours in need.
Thursday April 12, 2012
Save The Date
to Sip, Slurp and Savour!
Returning chefs and new talents will come out on Sunday, September 30th to share their soup-creations and support Plant a Row • Grow a Row. Stay tuned for more details about this year’s soup-tasting and harvest celebration.
Tuesday March 6, 2012
On February 24th some of the Plant a Row • Grow a Row team went to the Fred Victor Mission in Toronto to help out with their dinner celebrating Black History Month. We were pleased to have two members of the Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance team join us in the festivities and food prep.
Plant a Row . . . Grow some friends!
By Joshua Arredondo on February 28th, 2012
Friday February 3, 2012
Two good reviews recently of Lafayette Bistro who was at Soupalicious last year from The National Post.
Monday January 30, 2012
Thank you note from Kathy & Phil Lemieux, Mantracker Sidekick.
Monday October 17, 2011
Visit our booths at:
Landscape Ontario’s Expo
October 19-20, 2011
Toronto Congress Centre,
Delicious Food Show
October 20-23, 2011
Better Living Centre Toronto,
Thursday October 13, 2011
FOODSTOCK: Save The Land That Feeds Us
100 of Canada’s best chefs cook up a storm
to help Stop The Mega Quarry.
Honeywood, ON– On Sunday, October 16th almost 100 chefs from across the country will gather to cook up a feast in a pay-what-you-can foodie festival on a farm north of Orangeville. FOODSTOCK, as it’s known, will turn local ingredients--all generously donated by Ontario producers-- into gourmet dishes highlighting the bounty of farmland that could be devastated by a proposed mega quarry.
The prospect of replacing ‘taters with craters’ has deeply concerned restaurateurs across Canada. Celebrated chef Michael Stadtländer—whose nearby Eigensinn Farm and Haisai Restaurant are internationally celebrated—is spearheading FOODSTOCK together with the Canadian Chefs’ Congress .“This will be the culinary equivalent of the original ‘60s celebration,” says Stadtländer. “Each chef is pouring their talent into one dish. We expect close to 20,000 people, and if you love food, farmland and water, you will not be disappointed.”
Top musicians have also joined the campaign. "Happy to lend a hand to people who are trying to preserve the sanctity of water and arable land,” offers Jim Cuddy. “If a little music can help open some peoples' eyes to the risks we are facing up here then I consider myself lucky to be able to help."The line-up of musicians backstopping this culinary tour de forceincludes Jim Cuddy, Sarah Harmer, Ron Sexsmith, Tom Barlow, Cuff The Duke, Hayden, Members of the Barenaked Ladies (Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn and Tyler Stewart) as well as Lily Frost and Jose Contreras and a host of unplugged artists. Jeremy Taggart (Our Lady Peace), will MC and speakers include Faisal Moola of The David Suzuki Foundation as well as Mark Calzavara (Council of Canadians), Danny Beaton (Mohawk First Nation) and Jeff Monague (Beausoleil First Nation).
In March of this year, The Highland Companies
-backed by the Baupost Group
of Boston-applied to the province to excavate the largest quarry in
Canadian history.If allowed to proceed, the mega quarry would:
- Span more than 2,300 acres (1/3 of the size of downtown Toronto).
- Require extraction of 600 million litres of water per day FOREVER,
affecting the watersheds of five southern Ontario river systems.
- Destroy Class 1 farmland consisting of Honeywood Silt Loam—a
specialty soil now producing approximately 50% of the GTA market for
See nomegaquarry.ca or NDACT.com for more details.
Pre-interviews with Chefs will be available at the dedicated FOODSTOCK media tent near the main entrancefrom 10 am. Interviews with musicians will be available from the media tent throughout the day as the artists are present.
FOODSTOCK will take place on Sunday, October 16th from 11:00 to 5:00 at Lennox Farms just west of County Road 124, Melancthon Township, Dufferin County. The entrance is off the 20th Sideroad, west of 124, at Conover, Ontario.
For complete details or to learn more about Michael Stadtländer, please visit canadianchefscongress.com
. To contact Chef Michael Stadtländer, please email Christian Morrison or call 416 537 9977.
*For specific media inquiries, please contact:* Carl Michener, Outwrite Communications
416 476 7484
COMPLETE LIST OF CHEFS
Paul Böehmer, Milana Lise, Böhmer
Teo Paul, Union
Adam Colquhoun,Robert Bechard, Oyster Boy
JP Challet, Ici Bistro
Lora Kirk, Ruby Watchco
Jeffery Claudio,Scarpetta at The Thompson Hotel
Chris Brown, The Stop Community Food Centre
Jamie Kennedy, Jamie Kennedy Kitchens
Aaron Bear Robe, Keriwa Café
Fabio Bondi and Michael Sangregorio, Local Kitchen and Wine Bar and Bar
Luis Valenzuela, Torito Tapas Bar
Victor Barry, Splendido, The County General
Albert Ponzo, Le Select Bistro
Hiro Yoshida, Hiro Sushi
Anthony Walsh, Bannok and Oliver and Bonacini Restaurants
Carole Ferrari, Locale Café
Carl Heinrich & Ryan Donovan , Marben
Michael Sacco, Chocosol Chocolate Traders
David Kokai, Loïc Gourmet
Anthony Rose, The Drake Hotel
Derek Bendig and Colen Quinn, Pangaea
Zane Caplansky, Caplansky's
Evelyne Gharbirian, Hearty Catering
Rodney Bowers, Hey Meatball
Matty Matheson, Parts & Labour
Derek Zavislake, Merchants of Green Coffee
Keith Froggett, Scaramouche
Lorenzo Loseto, George Restaurant
Rob Gentile, Buca Restaurant
Patrick McMurray, Starfish Oyster Bed and Grill,
Steffan Howard, Palais Royale, Casa Loma
Kevin McKenna, Globe Bistro
Kevin McKenna and Phillip Heilborn, Earth Bloor West
Kevin McKenna, Earth Rosedale
Trish Donnelly, Chef Donnelly Catering
Brad Long, Sara Kuntz, Belong Café
John Higgins, Oliver Li, George Brown College
Daisuke Izutsu, kaiseki Sakura
Christopher Palik, L-Eat Catering and Paese Ristorante
Daniel Muia, Mogette Bistro
Joe Levesque, International Centre
Graham Pratt, Christine Fancy, The Gabardine
Giacomo Pasquini , Vertical
Bertrand Alépée, The Tempered chef
Fawzi Kotb, Veloute Bistro & Catering
Nick Laliberte, Poutini's House of Poutine
Dawn Woodward and Edmund Rek, Evelyne's Crackers
Jacob Sharkey Pearce , Two Brothers Inc.
Linda Burnside and Kevin Walters, Alternative Grounds
Alexandra Feswick, Brockton General
Diane Cartwright, Whole World Trade Ltd.
Jeff Brown and Jennifer Rashleigh, Delight
Lesia Kohut, LPK's Culinary Groove
Anton Potvin and Nick Liu, Niagara Street Cafe
Johan Maes, Goed Eten
Erica Trabulsi, The Culinary Art School of Ontario
Michael Schmidt, and Chef Carey McLellan, Glencolton Farms
Rob Uffen, Rob Uffen's Trout House
Ross Midgley and Beth Hunt, The Globe Restaurant
Robin Pradhan, Rocky Raccoon Café
MichelMasselin, Chez Michel
Dave Nesbitt, Creemore Coffee Company
Don Akehurst, Sovereign Restaurant
Gareth Carter, Men with Knives
Leona Nyman, Andrea Greyerbiehl, Azzurra
Jeremy Korten, Oliver & Bonacini Café Grill, Blue Mountain Restaurant
Mark & Christene Kraus, Espresso Post
Scott Chalmers and Andrew Barber, Simplicity Bistro
Christophe and Wispy Boivin, Tremont Café
Joelle Rogers, Tesoro Restaurant
Mike Duffin, One99 Broadway
Roger Genoe, Ravenna Country Market
Marita GómezandJörg Neth, Haisai
Michael and Nobuyo Stadtländer, Eigensinn Farm
Jason Reiner, The Mono Cliff's Inn
Alex Johnston, Hockley Valley Resort
Shawn Adler, The Flying Chestnut
Tobias Pohl-Weary, Red Canoe Bistro
Carin Balint, Garden of Vegan
Paul Harber, Ravine Vineyard
Ryan Crawford, The Stone Road Grille
Ruth Klahsen, Monforte Dairy
Philip Patrick, The Ridge at Manitou
Matthew Flett, Georgian College
Randy Feltis, Oscars
David Keenan, At the Five
Daniel Hong, Anna Kim, Furusato Restaurant
Ceasar Guinto, Cravings Fine Food Market and Catering
Jennifer Vipond, Bruce Wine Bar
Tracey Winkworth, The Belworth House
Jason D'Anna, Magna Golf Club
Ross Fraser, Fraser Café
Stefan Czapalay, Culinary Design Solutions
COMPLETE LIST OF ARTISTS AND MUSICIANS
Ron Sexsmith & Colleen Hixenbaum
Andrew T Queen
Lily Frost and Jose Contreras (By Divine Right)
Jeremy Taggart (Our Lady Peace)
Cuff The Duke
Members of the Barenaked Ladies (Jim Creeggan, Kevin Hearn and
The Loon Choir
Shara Claire and Friends
MacCallum and Langhorst
Friends of the Earth
Souls at Play
The All Naturals Poetry Pocket
Artists Against the Mega Quarry