Celebrate the end of summer on Saturday, September 18, as Vancouver’s Coho Collective launches its fourth and final Street Food Series of the year with Dream Cuisines by non-profit social enterprise Flavours of Hope.
Located just outside Coho Coffee in East Van, the afternoon features three food businesses by three talented newcomer refugee women: Mis Cazuelas Mexican Food, Egyptian cuisine by Super Dishes and artisanal Mexican sweets by Tinkerbake. As part of Coho’s partnership with Dream Cuisines, the businesses each received sponsored shared kitchen space to help launch their culinary start-ups at one of Coho’s commissaries. The one-day only event runs from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Try delicious dishes, like conchas, buñuelos, quesadillas, cauliflower pineapple ceviche, dolma ans ghzaly date cookies, all while meet the inspiring women behind the brands.
For those interested in supporting Dream Cuisines’ next cohort of newcomer women, special fundraising tote bags filled with Coho Market products will be available for purchase for $50, with proceeds benefiting Dream Cuisines. —Vita Daily