Next Generation of Chefs Cook Up a Storm of Delicious, Local & Sustainable Food at the Green Living Show 2012

Next Generation of Chefs Cook Up a Storm of Delicious, Local & Sustainable Food at the Green Living Show 2012

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Next Generation of Chefs Cook Up a Storm of Delicious, Local & Sustainable Food at the Green Living Show 2012
Tuesday, April 3, 2012 - 9:45pm

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Farmers Market
The Green Living Show introduces for the first time, a collection of Toronto Farmers’ Market managers and vendors coming together in one place to create a unique Farmers Market for the Green Living Show. Vendors are able to sell to a larger audience and spread the word of the important work they are doing. Show goers can purchase organic and sustainable produce.

Farm Fresh Fare
18 stations of delectable offerings created by dynamic Producer/Chef partnerships. Tickets - $2 each, the dishes cost either 1 or 2 tickets.

A new generation of young chefs
Brockton General, Chef Alexandra Feswick

The Gabardine, Chef Graham Pratt

Keriwa Café, Chef Aaron Joseph Bear Robe

Local Kitchen and Bar/Bar Salumi, Chef Fabio Bondi

Chefs Luis Valenzuela and Alan Vanti of Torito are at the show representing their own venture, Texturas

Splendido is representing their new spot, The County General

Hey Meatball opening another location in Roncesvalles this summer!

NEW this year - Delight Ice-cream and Chocolate Shop in Parkdale. Organic/artisanal

Beef like you’ve not tasted it with YU Ranch/Le Select Bistro serving Texas longhorn wild beef

Kernal Peanuts. There’s a world shortage but they are plentiful in Ontario since they are grown in repurposed tobacco fields. Kernal Peanuts teams up with 100km Foods and Brockton General to produce peanut butter and toasted peanut and quinoa salad.

Only out of town restaurant - Owen Sound’s Rocky Raccoon Cafe

The new flour miller on the scene.  K2 Milling - an old mill in Tottenham, organic, artisanal - the go-to miller for high-end restaurants and caterers in Toronto

Vegan and gluten free - LPK’s Culinary Groove's VEGAN sweet potato donuts, as well as a lot of Vegan show vendors

Smell the (fresh) coffee - Merchants of Green coffee will roast coffee at the show.

With over 400 exhibits and a diverse selection of demonstrations, presentations and activities, the Green Living Show 2012 has something for the entire family.

FREE ENTRY when you bring e-waste for recycling courtesy of Samsung Electronics Canada.  In 2011, show visitors brought in over 40,000 lbs of e-waste.

Where:  Direct Energy Centre / Exhibition Place Toronto

When:              Friday, April 13 – 10 AM – 9 PM

                        Saturday, April 14 - 10 AM – 9 PM

                        Sunday, April 15 – 10 AM – 6 PM


About Green Living Enterprises / Green Living Show:
Green Living Enterprises is a pioneer and leader in developing social and environmental marketing programs that keep consumers and clients at the forefront of the green agenda. Green Living Enterprises is a full-service, one- stop solution for green marketing, product and program development, custom publishing, and event management. Green Living Enterprises, an authentically green company, also includes and The Green Living Show, Canada's largest green consumer show, dedicated to easy and workable solutions for leading a sustainable lifestyle. For more information, visit

Samsung Electronics Canada, a presenting sponsor of the 2012 Green Living Show, will provide free admission to anyone who brings e-waste to the event. E-waste will be recycled by Samsung’s Recycling Direct™ and facilitated by Global Electric Electronic Processing (GEEP) - in the most ecologically responsible manner in their Canadian facility.

Admission without e-waste is $15 (adult), Seniors $11 (65+) and Students $11 (13 – 17), Group Rate $10/person (15+ people), School Rates $6/ person (10+ students /teacher).




More Info visit

Show Info Line: 1-866-934-0044 ext. 327

Media Contacts:

Kim Galvez 416 359-0380

Annette Borger 416 988-7086 /