Kensington Market and the Culinary Scene in Toronto: Seeing Canada (Season 3)This title is a part of the series Seeing Canada (Season 3)
Catalogue Number: BYP092
Producer: Brandy Y Productions
Subject: Arts, Business Studies, Canadian Geography, Canadian Social Studies, Culinary Arts, Documentary, Family Studies/Home Economics, First Nations Studies, History, Indigenous Peoples, Marketing, Social Sciences, Social Studies
Grade Level: 6 - 8, 9 - 12, Post Secondary, Adult
Country Of Origin: Canada
Copyright Year: 2022
Running Time: 26:46
Canadian journalist Brandy Yanchyk travels to her hometown of Toronto where she explores one of her favorite neighbourhoods, Kensington Market. Brandy learns what it takes to run the vintage clothes store, Courage My Love, from the owner Cece Scriver. Then she tastes Indigenous cuisine while making Indian Tacos with Chef Shawn Adler at the Pow Wow Café. In the King West district at Chubby’s Jamaican Kitchen Brandy learns how to make Jerk Chicken with Chef Dadrian Coke. Brandy then goes to the Dufferin Grove neighbourhood where she learns how to make Kepeh with Syrian refugee, Nadima Kinjo at the Newcomer’s Kitchen.
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