Aug 22, 2018 | Ethical Gourmet with Food Network's Bob Blumer

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Aug 22, 2018 | Ethical Gourmet with Food Network's Bob Blumer

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Ethical Gourmet: An inspiring and interactive zero-waste harvest dinner with Bob Blumer

Harvest Table Dinner | August 22, 2018 | 7-10PM
With Chef Bob Blumer & Southbrook Winery.

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Your Harvest Table Dinner ticket includes:  

  • Cocktail hour in the Second Floor Gallery with passed appetizers

  • 4 courses served in the Ballroom

  • 3 glasses of wine/beer

  • Live food demonstrations by Bob Blumer himself

  • Live music throughout the night

  • Take home recipes

Bob Blumer was the host of Food Network's The Surreal GourmetGlutton for Punishment, and World's Weirdest Restaurants. He is also a cook book author and illustrator. Blumer was born and raised in MontrealQuebec, but now calls Los Angeles, California his home.[1] Bob serves as an Ambassador to Second Harvest in Toronto spreading the word about food rescue and hunger relief. He currently hosts infomercials for Ninja kitchen products.

What is Harvest Wednesdays?
Our beloved Harvest Wednesday is back by popular demand! The Gladstone Hotel invites Toronto’s urbanites to experience our food philosophy through a series of Harvest Table Dinners inspired by and harvested in the natural rhythm of Ontario’s growing season. We will be teaming up with our favourite local chefs for a unique and inspired dinner. The night includes live music, inspiring talks, 2 glasses of local wine and a harvest table meal to remember.

What is Community Shared Agriculture (C.S.A.)
Community Shared Agriculture allows city residents to have direct access to high quality, fresh produce grown locally by regional farmers. When you become a member of a CSA, you're purchasing a “share” of vegetables from a regional farmer. It is a relationship of shared bounty and shared risk.