Heritage Chicken Tasting in Toronto

I heard on CBC the other day that there will be a Heritage Chicken Tasting event at Hôtel Le Germain, hosted by Slow Food Toronto.  What are heritage chickens you ask? They are the breeds of chickens from long ago that actually taste like chickens. In chicken farms nowadays, there are basically two types of chickens: one for their big oversized breasts and one for their year round egg-laying.  Not too much varieties. At this tasting, you’ll be able to try the Jersey Giant, Buff Orpington, Barred Plymouth Rock, and Americauna chickens. Apparently, the Jersey Giant was bred to be large like a turkey.

Here are the details:

Date: January 24, 2010

Time: 2pm

Location: Hôtel Le Germain, 30 Mercer Street

Price: $35 Slow Food members/$45 nonmembers

You can buy tickets from  U of T tix website.


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One Response to “Heritage Chicken Tasting in Toronto”

  1. Hilla Says:

    If we want to speak about sustainability in regard of foods, we HAVE to speak about the consequences of animal products!

    Read this as well, it’s what the UN has to say about the livestock industry: http://www.fao.org/docrep/010/a0701e/a0701e00.HTM

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