February is Food Month at Trinity Bellwoods Park's Greenhouse-Hot House. We've taken a break from our Don't Ask An Expert talks and we have in fact invited an expert. We have a George Brown faculty member talking. There is interest in the Culinary Arts Department there about what we're doing. The Community Cooks are now an official club of George Brown.

Next Sunday (February 2nd) we're having a honey tasting and a talk by urban bee keeper Fran Freeman. She is at an organic food conference in Guelph this week and she'll also talk about what went on there.

When: Sunday, February 2, 2014 at 11:30am
Where: Greenhouse in the south end of Trinity Bellwoods Park
What:  Ian Grady from George Brown College's Centre for Hospitality & Culinary Arts willl talk tomorrow about his experience training people in Shanghai for the Beijing Olympics, and also about being part of the team that took Canadian National Students to the Culinary Olympics in Germany in 2000 where they won gold.

When:  Sunday, February 9, 2014 at 11:30am
Greenhouse in the south end of Trinity Bellwoods Park
What: Honey tasting with urban bee keeper Fran Freeman who will talk about urban beekeeping and the organic food conference being held in Guelph this weekend.

The Hot House discussions will continue every Sunday morning until the second week of March. 


You can find regular updates and photos on the Facebook page -- there's been a string of great speakers with more to come:

And look -- someone wrote an article about the Hot House talks:


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