Feed Your Curiosity at the 3rd annual Shoresh Food Conference
I know it’s still 2013 but the 3rd Annual Shoresh Food Conference is two months away.
Feed Your Curiosity at the 3rd annual Shoresh Food Conference where local rabbis, farmers, nutritionists, chefs, vegans, omnivores, activists, students and teachers gather for a full-day conference to explore the dynamic intersection of food, Judaism, Jewish life, and contemporary issues.
Shoresh Food Conference registration includes a delicious, kosher, vegetarian, culturally-inspired, delicious lunch that is being prepared in a community member’s kosher kitchen.
The program is shaping up to be incredibly exciting with new presenters and innovative and amazing sessions that explore the dynamic intersection of food, Jewish tradition, and contemporary life. Sessions include Spirituality and Food, Kosher Cheese-Making, Politics of Kosher, Organic Meat, How to Make a Sustainable Shabbat Dinner, the History of Jewish Farmers in Ontario and of course, a delectable kosher, organic lunch catered by Lo and Mo’s Catering.
Read my announcements of past Shoresh Food Conferences:
- Upcoming event: Shoresh Food Conference (January 9, 2012)
- A food conference happens in Toronto (January 7, 2013)
The early bird catches the worm
A limited number of Early Bird tickets are available for $72 until Friday December 6th, 2013. Purchase yours through Eventbrite.
Date: Sunday February 2, 2014
Time: 9:30 AM-6:00 PM
Location: Miles Nadal JCC, 750 Spadina Avenue
Articles about previous Shoresh Food Conferences
- Food for thought at Shoresh conference (Jewish Tribune, January 28, 2013)
- Old World Meets New in Toronto (The Jew and the Carrot, January 24, 2013 – I wrote this.)
- Expect kosher controversy at Toronto conference on food and Judaism (Toronto Star, January 23, 2013)
- Kosher! Local! Organic! Oi vei! The Challenges of Walking the Talk (Sweets from the Earth blog, May 3, 2012)
- Shoresh Food Conference (MAZON Canada blog, February 2012 – I used to volunteer for this organization and endorse it.)
- A Food Conference: The Canadian Way (The Jew and the Carrot, January 5, 2012)