As the first year that Food and Wine have brought their festivities North of the border, I was super excited to be apart of the media team that got to capture some of the moments that took place during the Toronto Food and Wine festival.
Here are the beautiful food enthusiastic, wine loving faces I had a chance to capture.
Grabbing a coffee from the lovely folks at Miele
Kevin Kent the knives master hailing from Calgary to kick off the demos.
A fellow blogger / media visitor fuelling up before the tour.
The beautiful setting at the Miele Stage, Evergreen Brickworks in all its glory.
Lots of photos taken by fellow bloggers and media guests. (p.s. I spy Linda from Starving Foodie)
The chef behind Cafe Belong and Evergreen Brickworks resident Brad Long getting photo bombed by Roger Mooking.
Chef Mark Mcewan prepping for his Chef Series event.
Blue Skies at Evergreen Brickworks.
The ever so photogenic Roger Mooking. We may or may not have made him pose for a lot of photos...
Sampling some Green & Black's chocolate. (By some, we mean all of them)
Just Craft Soda, just so refreshing.
The gents from High Park Brewery
The sweet Elyse Wahle from Sullivan Bleeker. (Can her jar cakes get any cuter?)
Gail Simmons showcasing local Ontario produce with an amazing pear bread pudding recipe.
Chef Anthony Park invited us on stage after his demo, and he was all smiles.
From awesome fried chicken to talks about apps and answering all our questions, chef Tyler Florence had such a fun demo.
Mischievous looks on Chef Curtis Stone's face would only foreshadow what's to come during his demo. (What happen's at a Curtis Stone demo, stays at a Curtis Stone demo)
Chef Chuck Hughes reaching out to the crowds.
Ending this post with the lovely woman behind Secret Lands Farm, who shared a personal story behind her logo and her farm.