If you don’t have plans this weekend, head out to Toronto’s Yonge-Dundas Square for the Pan American Food & Music Festival, Canada’s only annual competition that celebrates the western hemisphere’s rich variety of delicacies, tune, and art – a party of forty-one other nations of North, Central and South America and the Caribbean.
The event includes a spread of cooking demos, including sustainable summer season plant-based cooking from Chef Doris Fin, socially responsible home cooking with Chef Jagger Gordon, cooking by Cuba’s Chef Sergio Torres Hardy, and an empanada opposition. You’ll taste the goodness from such locations as Guatemala, Colombia, Mexico, and Brazil, now not to say Venezuela, Hawaii, and extra.
Saturday kicks off with a unique Pan American Parade and award-prevailing performers from Mexico, Venezuela, and Cuba. There is a lot to see and do; this loose event is stretched over two days, starting this Saturday!