Looking for something else to do this wekend other than eating turkey? Well thanks to Toronto Life for giving their top 8 suggestions - one of which is SOUPALICIOUS. "Come sip, slurp & savour a medley of tasty soup creations!" is the slogan for the event.
SOUPALICIOUS Toronto is a harvest celebration of 2010 where Toronto restaurants and chefs will create soups featuring fresh and local vegetables that showcase the multicultural flavours of Toronto!
The entrance fee is $10 - but you get 10 free soup tastings with that at the all-you-can-slurp soup stations. Reservations are recommended so buy your tickets online HERE
Not only is it a soup tasting field day, but there are also a variety of exhibits where you can learn about local farming and maybe take some inspiration from the diverse selection of food and gardening presentations/activities.
Here are some of the vendors and their soup creations!
Esther Queen of Soups: Curried Butternut Squash with Apricots
St. Jamestown Steak & Chops: Rosemary Vegetable Soup
Palluci: Charred Sweet Zucchini with Cumin and Truffle Oil
Le Rossignon's French Bistro: Potato, Carmelized Onion & Bacon Soup
Cruda Cafe: Moroccan Cauliflower Soup
Saturday October 9, 2010
11 am - 4 pm
Exhibition Place - Heritage Court
(north of Direct Energy Centre)
photo credit: soupalicious.ca