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Spring in ON means lots of food great fresh food. We here at Green Living are excited to head to an event that takes place here on an annual basis that we are just itching to attend.

Third Annual Brewer’s Plate

What does a local sustainable feast look like in May in southern Ontario? Generous portions of artisanal cheeses, breads, local fish, sausages, roasts and stews of wild game and root vegetables, local greenhouse produce, pickles and preserves of every description, fruit pies -- the work of many chefs -- and of course, libations from our fine Ontario craft brewers.

Food Participants: Jamie Kennedy, (Jamie Kennedy Kitchens) Brad Long, (Veritas, My Place)  Mark Cutrara, (Cowbell) Marc Breton, (Gladstone Hotel) Karen Vaz (Rebel House), Brook Kavanagh (La Palette) Michael Steh (Red’s Bistro) Buddha Dog, Magic Oven and Oyster Boy

Beverage Participants: Black Oak, Cameron’s, Great Lakes, Mill St, Steam Whistle, Wellington’s and County Cider Co. and new this year to the Brewer’s Plate Beau's All Natural Brewing Co, Flying Monkeys Craft Brewery,  Heritage Brewing and Scotch Irish Brewing and Nickel Brook Beers

The Brewer’s Plate will be held on Wednesday May 26th 2010. 
The feast begins at 7:00pm. at Hart House, University of Toronto, 7 Hart House Circle
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Ticket Price: $159.00 (inc.GST and service charge)

What events are you looking forward to when it comes to food in your area?