The Green Living Show is an event that I visit each year, ever since it first started during my high school days. The show has grown and changed a lot over the years but my family and I return back to it because it showcases new products and services that are innovative and impactful to our environment and community.
The food selection at the show has been getting better and better each year, showcasing eateries that are dedicated to using local ingredients while making dishes from all corners of the world.
Here are some photos from the media preview night where we got to sample a lot of the different dishes and test out a few products.
Some black bean accra with red pepper ti malice sauce, pikliz and parsnip chips from Urban Acorn Catering.
More of Urban Acron Catering's Haitian offerings.
The team from FARMR assembling some Montreal styled beef brisket sliders.
Tacos from Santo Pecado Catering.
Curry from 6ix Triangles.
Some vegan momos from TC's Tibetan Momos.
Some salted egg flavoured chips made from Ontario Potatoes by Lion City Restaurant. One of the few spots in the city where you can get Singaporean food.
Waffles being made by Wafel Huis.
Whipped cream, raspberry sauce and shaved chocolate on the Wafle Huis creation.
Healthy shots from Pulp & Press.
The most surprisingly delicious and refreshing taste of the night. Getting to try a drink made with Seedlip.
Seedlip is a British maker of the world's first non-alcoholic spirit that's distilled from vegetables and herbs. I have to say, I am a fan after my first drink.
Thanks to the team at Green Living Show and I cannot wait for the actual show on April 6- 8.
If you like to come along, you can tickets here.