Foodways: Women in Food & the Culture of Gender

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FREE Event


@ 11:00 am - 11:30 am

Premieres on Facebook February 17, 11 am


This is a free event

Foodways: Women in Food & the Culture of Gender

Friday, February 17, 11 AM
Facebook Live

The intersection of food with culture and history is understood through the study of “foodways”. Hosted by AGO Executive Chef Renée Bellefeuillle, Foodways is an ongoing conversation series that brings together chefs to explore the intersection of culinary practices, memory and art.
Building on themes explored in the AGO exhibition Her Flesh, in this next installment of the Foodways series, Chef Bellefeuille welcomes Chef Nuit Regular for a conversation on the subject of women working in the food industry and the culture of gender. Their talk is paired with a ticketed dinner on Friday, January 27, in AGO Bistro.
You can learn more about the dinner here
Chef Nuit Regular is the Executive Chef and co-owner of PAI, Kiin, By Chef Nuit and Sukhothai, as well as the Executive Chef of Selva. Chef Nuit transformed the Thai food scene in Toronto with her introduction of Northern Thai cuisine and hospitality. She left her career as a nurse to share her passion and life experiences through family recipes, street market dishes and Royal Thai cuisine in Canada.
Her debut cookbook, Kiin: Recipes and Stories from Northern Thailand, won a 2021 IACP Cookbook Award and a Taste Canada Gold Award. 
Follow her on Instagram @chefnuitregular.


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