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What’s in Your Lunch Box? The ABC’s of Food

Food Demo for children

Saturday, August 27th, 11am
Food and Tings area – Green P – (1609 Eglinton Ave W)

This program helps guide your children on what should be in their lunch box based on Canada’s Food guide.

It also teaches them that there are other choices that are tied with food. An example: Food as Math.Food as science; Food as Art.

Sunday August 28, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 11 AM

The Gathering….this program teaches young people how to prepare quick delicious healthy meals…
For the middle school age group and older.

Presenter:

Pearlyn Baptiste

She has over 40 plus years experience in the hospitality Industry.

Award recipient-presented by the City of Toronto’s Public Health’s “Eat Smart Award”

Caterer, TDSB External Presenter, Culinary Instructor and Owner of Let’s Eat Together Catering,

Programmer of 2 Culinary programs designed for Children and Youth

Culinary Instructor ‘What’s Cooking in your Community”

CHEF NOEL CUNNINGHAM

Saturday, August 27, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 2pm

Noel Cunningham is a Jamaican-Canadian multi-award-winning chef, culinary podcaster, food writer, culinary consultant, Restaurateur and author of Cuisine by Noel.

Chef Noel’s career spans working in noted hotels and restaurants in Jamaica and Canada. He is the dynamic force behind his restaurant and catering company Cuisine by Noel.

He is known for blending his talent for creating elegant, Caribbean fusion-inspired cuisine with a passion for simple dishes using fresh and sustainable ingredients.

Since relocating to Toronto in 2019, chef Noel has become one of the most sought-after chefs working with high-profile brands such as Appleton Estate Canada, Jamaica Tourist Board, Stagg Chili and Hormel Bacon.

He has been recognized locally and internationally for his culinary skills which have led to numerous awards, features in print publications, television, and radio shows, in Canada, Jamaica, the United States and recently appeared on the cover of Erlendur Magazine in Iceland and Dreamer to Creator Business Magazine, in 2020 He was featured in Italy’s most popular travel and lifestyle magazine “Dove.” Other features and appearances include JamaicanEatsMagazine, Jamaica Gleaner, Jamaicans.com, Your Morning Live, CP24 Breakfast Show, Global News, Toronto Sun, Caribbean Camera, Breakfast Television, and Television Jamaica (TVJ) Smile Jamaica, CVM at Sunrise Morning Program, Barbados Today and many more.

His expertise is backed with recognition as a champion for brand Jamaica in the Culinary Arts by the Prime Minister Youth Awards and was voted and awarded the Best Black Chef in Canada by the ByBlacks Magazine People’s Choice Awards 2019 and 2020. He also won Best Podcaster, Best Caterer and in 2021 Best restaurant and Baker. Recently He was recognized as one of Jamaica60 Toronto’s most influential and impactful next-generation Game changers.

Chef Noel continues to elevate Caribbean cuisine onto the global stage with his debut bestselling cookbook Cuisine by Noel, television appearances, and the popular Facebook Live cooking show What’s Cooking with chef Noel.

His sous chef will be Angella Bennett -Regional Director, Canada-Jamaica Tourist Board

Reggae Cafe, Stuart Brown

Saturday, August 27, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 1pm

Chef Warren Ford

Saturday, August 27, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 3:30pm

tbd

Saturday, August 27, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 4:30pm

Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony
Roman’s N Care

Sunday August 28, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 2:00pm

Today join Roman Beckle from Roman’s N Care as she presents the traditional buna ‘coffee’ ceremony that is prevalent all throughout Ethiopia. It is more than just a cup of coffee. It is a cultural celebration of an Ethiopian staple. Ethiopia’s coffee ceremony is an integral part of the social and cultural life in the country. An invitation to attend a coffee ceremony is considered a mark of friendship or respect and is an excellent example of Ethiopian hospitality.

Brenda ??

Sunday August 28, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 2:30pm

Carib 21, James Gregg

Sunday August 28, 2022
Food and Tings Area
Time: 3:30pm

Ethiopian Coffee Ceremony
Roman’s N Care

Sunday August 28, 2022
Food and Tings Area

Kojo

Amexem MU Centre for Health, Arts, Social Enterprise & Education

Sunday, August 28th, 1pm
Food and Tings – Green P – (1609 Eglinton Ave W)
Ital Vegetarian Food Demo

Food is a frequency charge, on the shoulders of the Rastaman, we create extraordinary customized ital-vital meals to tantalize your taste buds, rejuvenate and activate your electrical field to manifest greatness.

Choose us to stimulate your palate, enhance and preserve your life-strength no matter what your condition is. We provide education, books, meals, herbs, sea moss, juices, smoothies, porridges, teas, roots tonics. Join our grassroots cultural movement at Sinting Fest August 26-28 on Eglinton Ave West, Likkle/little Jamaica.

BE THERE!!!

Check us in at www.amexemmu.ca

Programs subject to change

The Mane Event: Art Workshops

Saturday August 27th & Sunday August 28th
Tent on the Avenue – in front of Green P – (1609 Eglinton Ave W)
11am – 4pm

How does hair shape our identity and wellness? Join STEPS Public Art, Artists, Franceta Johnson and Curtia Wright, and project partner and founder of Empress Mane, D’Andra Montaque, for a day of creative art making, conversation, and community mural ideation. Visit the Little Jamaica Sinting Fest to share your stories and creativity to help inform and inspire this final public art project!

Image credit
1: The Mane Event: Colouring Pages by Franceta Johnson, 2022

Image credit
2: Celebrating Queer Black Lives, by Curtia Wright, 2021. Image Credit: Selina McCallum, 2021.