Postedy by Alison
Dhaba’s Chef P.K. Ahluwalia shared his tricks on how to infuse vibrant flavors into an authentic Indian meal. Together with the Kids Cook to Care’s children volunteers and their adult chaperons, they prepared ingredients for an Indian inspired meal to serve approximately 150 patrons at the Daily Bread Food Bank. The meal, based on the Indian staples, beans and spices were used for creating Saag Chana with an Indie Kachumber salad, all served on a bed of basmati rice.
At Daily Bread Food Bank, the Kids Cook to Care’s volunteers participated in an educational workshop that outlined the scope of poverty and hunger in the GTA. Following the workshop, the Kids Cook to Care volunteers served the meal along with Daily Bread’s Food Services Training Program trainees.
Kids Cook to Care is dedicated to providing children with a volunteer program that uses international cuisines to teach the fundamental methods of cooking while mastering the art of community service.