Raise a toast to good food for a good cause because there’s a new dining series happening in Toronto. EAT 2 FEED TO hosted its sold out kick-off event on Friday, March 6 at the historic Montgomery’s Inn. The event brought together the community to enjoy good, real, locally made food while improving health and food access in the city.
100% of the profits from the dining series goes to FoodShare Toronto to deliver healthy food and food education to local communities. The dining series continues the first Friday every other month – May 1, July 3, Sept. 4 and Nov. 6 – all at Montgomery’s Inn (4709 Dundas St. W).
The organizer of EAT 2 FED TO, Richa Gupta is the owner of GOOD FOOD FOR GOOD, a company that sells fresh, organic, locally-made sauces and spreads in stores across the GTA. Southbrook Vineyards has partnered for the event bringing its organic local wine to the table.
Each event will feature a new three-course prix fixe menu–with vegan or meat option and a complimentary glass of Southbrook’s organic wine.
To give you an idea of the menu, the kick-off event featured:
Option 1: Vegan
Oaxaca Arbol Mexican Sliders
Spicy bite size sliders made with Organic black beans, Ontario potatoes and onions. Served open face with pico de gallo and avocado confetti and finished with a thin curl of candy cane beet.
Coconut Curry Quinoa Bowl
Roasted sweet potato, cauliflower, chickpeas and toasted sunflower seeds tossed in coconut curry sauce. Served over quinoa with a side of Tikka Masala roasted potatoes and a green salad.
Ka Shu Cake by Wood and Water Foods
Option 2: Non Vegan
Endive Chicken Tacos
Slow roasted spicy chicken served on endive leaves garnished with our special pico de gallo, sour cream and avocado.
Chicken Tikka Skewers
Marinated in yogurt and Tikka Masala sauce, these grilled chicken skewers are served with a light coriander-mint aioli, Curried Coconut Basmati rice, spicy Vindaloo roasted squash and a green salad.
Ginger Ice by Montgomery’s Inn
Visit EAT 2 FEED TO to learn more and purchase tickets for the next event.