Dirt Candy NYC teams up with Toronto chef for country movie night

Aug 23 2018, 3:55 pm

You can get a taste of New York City in Prince Edward County (PEC) tomorrow night.

Open Kitchen, the collaborative dinner series showcasing women in the culinary industry, is at it again with this pop-up event at The Old Third Vineyard in PEC.

Toronto Chef Charlotte Langley of Scout Canning teams up with Chef Amanda Cohen of Dirt Candy NYC for the one-time-only Crêpe and Movie Night.

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The evening will kick-off with a mix and mingle as the chefs dish out signature crêpes alongside Sam Ravenda of The Shore Oysters, followed by a screening of The Heat: A Kitchen (R)evolution, a documentary directed by Maya Gallus and starring the evening’s headlining chefs.

Guests are invited to BYO-beverages.

Open Kitchen Toronto Crêpe and Movie Night

When: August 24, 2018, 7 pm
Where: The Old Third Vineyard, 251 Closson Road, Hillier
Price: A donation of $40 is requested in support of the Open Kitchen Toronto Female Culinary Scholarship Fund at George Brown College.

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