Seedy Saturday, Gail Simmons book launch, where to eat dinner this week, new local food market

Seedy Saturday at Evergreen Brickworks

Saturday March 10, 11am-4pm

Learn about starting your own plants from seed and buy and trade your heirloom and native plant seeds at Seedy Saturday on March 10. Hosted by Evergreen Garden Market with the Toronto Community Garden Network and Seeds of Diversity, this national event aims to educate and inspire gardeners of all ages.

There will also be workshops on the basics of growing from seeds, seed saving, container gardening, and more.
Learn more.

 

Toronto native Gail Simmons brings her book tour home

Tuesday March 13, 7pm

Visit Indigo Yonge and Eglinton on Tuesday to see Top Chef judge, Food & Wine magazine Special Projects Director and culinary expert Gail Simmons. She will be signing her new food memoir, Talking with My Mouth Full.

Buy the book.

I might (no guarantee) have one to give away to a reader.

Cocoa Latte now open for dinner

Cocoa Latte menuSt. Clair West favourite Cocoa Latte now offer a Mexican dinner menu. They’ve also changed their hours. Cocoa Latte is now open 9am-9pm, closed on Tuesdays. Find them at 671 St Clair Ave. West.

Tell them I sent you.

New local food market at Yonge and Dundas

Augie's Gourmet Ice PopsThursdays 11:00-1:30

ING Cafe hosts a new weekly market at 221 Yonge Street at Shuter, across from the Eaton Centre.

Vendors include Hooked, Augie’s Gourmet Ice Pops (with soup), ChocoSol, De Floured gluten-free baked goods, Montforte Dairy, Nice Buns bakery and more.

Full blog post to follow.

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