What’s Food Got To Do With It?
Culture, Community, and our City
Gentrification of a neighbourhood is a complex issue involving race, class, and economics … but what’s food got to do with it? Can shifting urban landscapes alter the foodscape of our city and influence how we interact with food? What relationship does food have with the community and the people within it?
Join us for our January Community Kitchen along with Tibet Kitchen to explore how gentrification efforts might affect a community, its culture, and food practices.
This Community Kitchen is brought to you in collaboration with Centre for Community Partnership.
- Momo dumplings – beef, onions and garlics
- Momo veggie dumplings – black mushroom, cabbage, organic tofu, carrot and pea
Real-time pre-and-cooking led by Tibet Kitchen
- Parkdale Pakora (cauliflower and eggs)
- Halal Chicken Chili
- Tsey Tofu (organic tofu with seasonal veggies)
- Steamed Brown Rice
When: Tues., Jan. 16, 2018, 6-9 pm
Where: Hart House Catering Kitchen
Cost: $5 / Students
$15 / Non-students
Tickets available at the Information Hub
To register online, please click here, select the “Food & Living” category, or contact Hart House at firstname.lastname@example.org or 416 978 2452.
Note: Please wear full shoes (no open toes) and bring something to tie hair back with if it is long. Bring empty containers so you can take any extra food home!