TORONTO — The Delicious Food Show has been rebranded as the Toronto Food & Wine Festival, taking place from Sept. 18 to 20 at the Evergreen Brick Works.
Over the course of three days, guests will be able to sample food and wine, beer, spirits and other beverages from 130 vendors in the Grand Tasting Pavilion. The show will also feature live demonstrations from toques such as Michelin-starred pastry chef Johnny Iuzzini, Chuck Hughes, Roger Mooking and Mark McEwan, as well as wine educational sessions and pairings.
Fidel Gastro’s Matt Basile, along with Momofuku Shoto’s Mitchell Bates, Dailo’s Nick Liu, Parts & Labour chef Matty Matheson and Albert Ponzo from Le Sélect Bistro will team with five American chefs for Heritage BBQ by Cochon555 — a pork-themed cooking event that draws attention to heritage breed pigs and family farms.
Meanwhile, Food & Wine editor-in-chief Dana Cowin will interview Daniel Boulud and Rob Gentile in front of an audience to explore how the chefs got their start in the industry. For more information on the event visit torontofoodandwine.com.