To complement TFFF's Russian film, "Sockeye Salmon. Red Fish", Chef Doris Fin will be leading a virtual culinary class teaching you 3 of her favourite dishes from childhood. Her grandmother and mother made these often and they've become staples in her own home, especially during this time of the year. Drawing form seasonal ingredients, root veggies and apples these 3 recipes are sure to become some of your favourites too!

Learn to make: 

Borscht (beet soup)

Carrot Salad (with walnuts and raisins)

Sharlotka (apple cake) 

 

Bonus: They are plant-based (and vegan) and the cake can be made into a gluten-free variation (recipe will be provided).

 

Recipes, equipment needs and set up instructions sent after registration.

Students must come with their ingredients pre-measured and equipment pre-pulled as per listed on the program packages. 

Chef Doris Fin Bio

Chef Doris began cooking from the age of seven and travelling from the age of eighteen, exploring various cultures and cuisines. She cooked and foraged with locals and various chefs, while learning the necessity of cooking with quality ingredients, specifically local and seasonal. Chef Doris specializes in plant-based (mostly plants, not plant-only) culinary arts, teaches interactive culinary classes, while encouraging people to support locals and inspire them cook their own meals. Due to COVID-19 she created 12 flavours of Finscicles, her plant-based organic “ice cream” bars. You can check out her witty YouTube videos (see website below) where she weaves her knowledge and love of food and nature with a little history, music, and cartoons. As she inspires others to return to the kitchen, she makes gathering, cooking, and feasting upon ingredients fun and educational for all ages. www.chefdorisfin.com/cooking-class-series.

Sunday, Oct 18th 3:00pm – 4:30pm

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