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Kids Workshop: Mexican Cooking & Latin Dancing for Ages 11-16

Special March Break Workshop for Kids 11-16 yrs! In this special hands-on March Break workshop, Mexican Chef Erika Araujo will take your child on a tour of Mexican cuisine. Working alongside other junior chefs in the making, your child will learn how to prepare easy and delicious recipes that represent… Read More

Kids Workshop: Mexican Cooking & Latin Dancing for Ages 6-10

Special March Break Workshop for Kids 6-10 yrs! In this special hands-on March Break workshop, Mexican Chef Erika Araujo and Salsa Dance Instructor Dali Perez will take your child on a tour of Mexican culture and cuisine. Working alongside other junior chefs in the making, your child will learn how… Read More

Secret Pop-Up Dinner “The Wicked Pot”

The Wicked Pot is a social dining platform that unites the alchemy in the kitchen with adventurous diners looking for an unconventional restaurant experience. The evening will not only be a treat for your taste buds but a unique and mystical experience that will be memorable. ????5 Course Mexican… Read More

Veggies of Halton and Peel: Lunch at Rosalinda

The much anticipated Rosalinda restaurant in downtown Toronto is open! This restaurant offers vegan mexican cuisine that is vibrant and feel-good. For more information please visit: http://www.rosalindarestaurant.com/ Everyone is welcome, vegan, transitioning or veg-curious. This is a great opportunity for us to socialize and get to meet like-minded people. Please… Read More

Discount Profile: Moe’s Southwest Grill

The spiced beans (black or pinto) and rice (Spanish or brown) at Moe’s Southwest Grill are vegan (they don’t contain any meat or animal byproducts), as are the guacamole, nachos, tortillas, and taco shells. Plus, they will substitute grilled tofu for meat in any of their dishes. There are always three kinds of grilled vegetables on hand. Moe’s Southwest Grill has won the Most Vegetarian-Friendly Mexican Food Chain category in PETA’s sixth annual Proggy Awards(2009). Our TVA insider tip: Jessica writes “There is a tofu option (and it’s actually great) so you can get those burritos with tofu and substitute guacamole for cheese or sour cream – they are really delicious.” Where? 35 Eglinton Ave East (East of Yonge), 416-489-6637 www.moes.com Veg Status? Many vegetarian options. Savings with Toronto Veg Card: 10%… Read More


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