Plenty Epicurean Pantry – a store based in Victoria, British Columbia which “values community above consumption” and specializes in local foods and goods that are biodegradable, organic, efficiently produced, and socially just- recently hosted a Menu for the Future discussion course.  The group met as part of an ongoing Table Talk series:  a monthly discussion series focused on food and sustainability.  Folks will continue to meet to view food related documentaries, share food & wine, and share recipes for seasonal produce (sounds delicious!).

Penny McKinlay, a Saskatoon, Saskatchewan writer shared the following after participating in Menu for the Future.  “I was fortunate enough to be able to join the group on July 7th  as nine of us enjoyed a warm summer evening in the garden behind the store. As we feasted on organic chocolate chip cookies, lemon loaf and local strawberries, we discussed the serious, sometimes frightening topic of developing a just food system…”

Read more of Penny’s blog for inspiration to start your own delicious dialogue on the foods you enjoy and how to make the most sustainable food choices as we collectively journey towards a more just and healthy food system.   Here’s to a healthier menu for our futures!