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The Cookbook Store at the corner of Yonge & Yorkville is now closed as of March 5th, 2014. We have thoroughly enjoyed our 31 years on the corner but now we move on to a new chapter. We will continue our email and social media and over the coming months we will revamp the website.

Meantime we have partnered with The Chef School at George Brown College to bring you a wonderful Spring event not to be missed. Hope to see you there!


EVENTS


TUESDAY JUNE 24th, 6:30pm
DAN BARBER, Chef/owner of Blue Hill and Blue Hill at Stone Barns.
Author of the provocative new book The Third Plate
In Conversation about this groundbreaking new book.
"Why eating local didn't solve the problems with the food system ", says Barber.

Location: The Chef School at George Brown College
300 Adelaide St East, Toronto
Ticket Cost: $45 (plus tax) includes a signed copy of The Third Plate
tickets can be purchased through George Brown book store:
http://gbcbookstore.bookware3000.ca/?page=thirdplate.html




 

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