If you’re anything like me, you love a good sandwich. So for all my fellow sammie lovers in Toronto, I just wanted to share some pertinent info with you!
On Sunday, April 22nd, 2018, come explore the latest addition in Toronto’s food festival scene: Toronto Sandwich Fest (TSF)! TSF is here to celebrate everything a sandwich could be.
What is TSF?
TSF is brought to Toronto by a team of sandwich-loving foodies with a passion for the superbly dynamic, always exciting meal, loved throughout the city – and all over the world. As picnic season is rolling around the corner, it only makes sense that we, the city, dedicate a day to celebrating everything sandwiches!
To that, we have no choice but to agree!
TSF will deliver a food-filled Sunday, with music, drinks, and the secret ingredient to mastering the art of the sandwich: Maille Dijon mustards. TSF’s Official Mustard will be hosting the Maille Sandwich Design Contest: a competition in which participants will have a chance to showcase their sandwich-making skills using the ingredients provided. Attendees can also look forward to some insider tips from the pros, with live chef demos by Chef Paul Marshall of Love Chix, and Chef Lawrence La Pianta of Cherry Street Bar-B-Que.
TSF is a non-profit event, fundraising for two great causes:
The Stop strives to increase access to healthy food in a manner that maintains dignity, builds health and community, and challenges inequality.
The George Brown College Foundation is committed to providing the highest possible calibre of education to its students and to making its programs accessible to all.
So, if you’re looking for something to do in Toronto Sunday, April 22, you may just want to check out Toronto Sandwich Fest.
For information about TSF visit: www.sandwichfest.ca