FOOD STORIES


February 27th, 5pm – 7:30pm, ages 8 – 13

CORN

This workshop explores corn or maize in storytelling and cultural expressions throughout the world and history.  And of course the meal that we will prepare will feature as many different opportunities to honour and taste the delights of corn as possible!

Maize (corn) has traditionally been so important to the many different Original Peoples of North America that it played an essential role in stories about the creation of the world and of humankind. This workshop will take a closer look at some of these stories and the important role that corn as the third-largest food crop (after wheat and rice) plays in the world.

*The workshop begins with a healthy snack, and includes eating the meal that we prepare together.

***These sessions will have vegetarian and vegan options available.  As always, they are gluten free.  Please let us know if there are additional food allergies and restrictions that your learner is working with.

COST: $35


 

March 6th, 5pm – 7:30pm, ages 8 – 13

POTATOES

This workshop explores the appearance of the potato in storytelling and cultural expressions throughout the world and history.  This will be a lot of fun because today, people eat potatoes just about everywhere and in every way possible! And of course the meal we prepare will feature potatoes in the most ways possible!

*The workshop begins with a healthy snack, and includes eating the meal that we prepare together.

***These sessions will have vegetarian and vegan options available.  As always, they are gluten free.  Please let us know if there are additional food allergies and restrictions that your learner is working with.

COST: $35

HOW TO REGISTER: 

Eventbrite link HERE

or email us at info@WeAreMeantToEatTogether.com

Payment is accepted at time of registration in the form of etransfer, cheque, or cash.

We understand that not everyone is able to always pay the full amount, and we still want your youth or little person to participate. Please contact us if you are unable to pay the full amount.