Canadian Cooking Challenge, July 2020

Food Day Canada falls on August 1, and we’re inviting you to get involved as part of our Canadian Cooking Challenge for this month.

The rules are simple: whether you’re shopping at a farmer’s market, grilling at a campsite or having a quiet meal at home, just add #FoodDayCanada to your posts on Instagram and Twitter. You’ll find inspiration from the wealth of Canadian recipes to be explored on the Food Day Canada site in the section called Cook Like a Canadian!

If you test one or more recipes and post pictures and comments on our Facebook page on or before Friday, July 24, we’ll also feature you in next month’s newsletter. We look forward to seeing what you discover!


Saturday, September 26

CHC Annual General Meeting

Given current circumstances, the CHC board feels that it is prudent to hold this meeting via online video. Watch upcoming issues of our newsletter and our Facebook page for more details about the forum for this meeting and how members and guests can participate.

All 2019-2020 memberships expire on the day before the AGM; only members in good standing have voting privileges. Please renew your membership by clicking the link to our membership application and renewal page as soon as possible before the day of the AGM. Membership is still only $30 for one year (or $55 for two years).

Please note that those who renew, join or reinstate a lapsed membership after July 1 will be credited with membership until the fall of 2021.

As a volunteer non-profit organization, our greatest strength is in our members, whose talents and vision move us forward. There are board and committee positions to be filled at this year’s AGM. If you would like more information about the positions and job descriptions, contact CHC Secretary Lori Jamieson at lori@culinaryhistorians.ca.


November (TBC)

5th annual Baking for the Victorian Christmas Table

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