I was very generously invited to an event supporting ‘farmers feed cities’ at the Evergreen Brick Works by my new friend Brenda Morrison. Brenda writes for several publications, and is coined as “the queen of content”; she is often invited to events, and this time she asked ME! What’s even more flattering is that when I thanked her, she said: My pleasure. I wanted to take a fabulous foodie – you’re it! Thanks Brenda Bear!
The Toronto Brick Works is an historic property that Evergreen has painstakingly renovated, rejuvenated and reinvented totally environmentally! Evergreen is a non-profit organization that makes cities more livable. http://ebw.evergreen.ca/ this event was a wonderful combination of contemporary cuisine with farm freshness. Some tasty samplings were the Tillsonburg Beef Sliders, Brisket on a Biscuit, Tomato Confit Bruschetta, Ontario Peaches and Cream Corn (slathered with fresh butter or hot sauce), a fresh minted lentil salad, corn dogs, oatmeal ice cream cookie sandwich and local cheeses! Wine was from Southbrook Vineyards and Beer from Muskoka Brewery. Very nicely done!