The “unconference” format provides a multitude of ways to get involved in the conversation – from sharing food memories, to brainstorming about how food and urbanism will intersect in the future.
The full schedule for the event, which is organized in partnership with Spacing Montreal, the CCA and Avenue8, is now online in English and French. Participants are welcome to drop by any time and it is not necessary to be present from beginning to end.
Of course no foodie event would be complete without snacks. Here’s what the chefs from the SAT Foodlab will be dishing up ($5-6 for a small plate):
- Saucisson à la bière noire du Fou de Cochon with bread, mustard and house-made pickles
- Smoked bone marrow tartine on house-made brioche, apple slaw and herbs
- Quebec goat cheese, kamut sables, apricots, chicory and honey
- Asparagus salad, boiled egg, parmesan and vinaigrette
- Marinated olives with citrus
Note that the event will be “Montreal bilingual” – participants are welcome to express themselves in English or French.
It’s free to attend and we hope to see you there!