Whether you’re craving wild elk meat, festive holiday cookies or a classic Eggs Benedict, we’ve found a plethora of delectable events to please your palate.
Friday, November 20th
Sip shiraz like a sommelier and savour fine edibles among a sophisticated crowd at the city’s most popular Bacchanalian extravaganza, the Gourmet Food and Wine Expo.
Laugh out loud at the wacky family dynamics on stage in My Mother’s Lesbian Jewish Wiccan Wedding, an original Canadian musical-comedy based on a true story.
Watch some movies with a cause at the annual Breast Fest Film Festival, a compelling initiative that endeavours to raise awareness of issues surrounding breast cancer, showing at the Royal Ontario Museum.
Saturday, November 21st
Step back in time for a Victorian-style celebration at Black Creek Pioneer Village’s annual Christmas Remembered event. Immerse yourself in the holiday traditions of Ontario’s past while sampling delicious festive treats.
Savour succulent game meats paired with foreign microbrews during the Wild Game Feastivül at the Bier Markt. The limited-time menu includes hearty items like pheasant soup, wild boar tourtiere and Nunavut Caribou.
Take a cool tour with hot food and dancing aboard the Mariposa Holiday Dinner Cruise. The boat circles the Toronto harbour to provide a marvellous view of the illuminated city skyline.
Sunday, November 22nd
Indulge in a bounty of brunch offerings at cozy cafés along Leslieville’s Queen Street East strip, where breakfast poutine, bread-pudding French toast and an array of eggs Benny options can be found at neighbourhood hot spots like Lady Marmalade, Okay Okay and Bonjour Brioche.
Bend, stretch and contort your body at the third annual National Yoga Challenge, in support of UNICEF’s Unite for Children, Unite Against AIDS campaign.
Learn how to perfect delicious and nutritious home-cooked meals from super-chef Jamie Oliver. This afternoon, Britain’s top culinary export shares his secrets for creating simple dishes with organic ingredients at Roy Thomson Hall.