I don't know about you, but I'm hungry. Looking back at Taste of Toronto 2014 brings back memories of too many delicious things to count. During what was the inaugural year of the festival in Toronto, I had the pleasure of sharing the Taste Theatre stage with chefs such as David Chang, Chuck Hughes, Mark McEwan and Roger Mooking as they talked about their passion for great food, and even showed us how to make some of their favourite dishes. It was nothing short of memorable.
But .....have you seen the lineup for this year? It's amazing. Check it out below or here on Taste of Toronto's website (with all the other details you need to know, including tickets, restaurants that will be taking part and more). See you at Fort York July 2-5. You do have your tickets, right?
Taste Theatre 2015 Timetable
THUR 5.30-9.30 EVENING SESSION
6.00-6.30 Masaharu Morimoto – Morimoto Toronto
7.15-7.45 Jonathan Waxman – Montecito
8.30-9.00 Mark McEwan – McEwan Group
FRI 12.00-4.00 AFTERNOON SESSION
12.30-1.00 Rick Moonen – True North Salmon
1.45-2.15 Michael Bonacini – Oliver & Bonacini
3.00-3.30 Eric Chong & Alvin Leung – R&D
FRI 5:30-10:00 EVENING SESSION
6.00-6.30 Cory Vitiello – The Harbord Room and THR & Co.
7.00-7.30 David Neinstein – Barque
8.00-8.30 Alvin Leung – Bo Innovation
9.00-9.30 Stuart Cameron – Patria, Byblos, Weslodge
SAT 12.00-4.00 AFTERNOON SESSION
12.30-1.00 Elia Herrera – Los Colibris and El Caballito
1.45-2.15 Victor Barry – Splendido
3.00-3.30 Carl Heinrich – Richmond Station
SAT 5:30-10:00 EVENING SESSION
6.00-6.30 Michael van den Winkel – Little Sister
7.00-7.30 Kevin Durkee – Cheesewerks
8.00-8.30 Damon Campbell – Bosk
9.00-9.30 Rob Bragagnolo – Marben
SUN 12.00-5.00 AFTERNOON SESSION
12.30-1.00 Ted Corrado – The Drake
2.30-3.00 Adrian Niman – Rasa
3.30-4.00 Lynn Crawford – Egg Farmers of Canada Chef Ambassador
*Timetable may be subject to change.