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#DumpTheHate with Pasture and Plenty

Get involved with this delicious fundraiser.

dozens of dumplings on a cutting board

Hope you’re hungry. Each dumpling kit will yield around 40 dumplings.

Photo by @humbling_dumpling (Monique Lu)

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Cancel your dinner plans for January 19. Pasture and Plenty, a local farm-to-table deli, is hosting its annual Dumpling Class in honor of the Lunar New Year and in support of the international #DumpTheHate campaign.

#DumpTheHate

Canadian food blogger and chef Jannell Lo created this campaign in order to channel her love for food toward fighting anti-Asian prejudice and violence.

Not only do #DumpTheHate events raise awareness, but they’re a great way to get to know your neighbors while learning a new skill.

Get involved

  • Price: $15+
  • When: Thursday, Jan. 19 | 6 p.m.
  • About: Monique Lu will teach you the art of dumpling making while sharing her experience growing up in Taiwan and celebrating the Lunar New Year. This is a live virtual event, participants will grab their dumpling kits in advance to follow along at home.
  • Cause: Proceeds will benefit Freedom Inc., a local Black and Southeast Asian non-profit that works to support low-income communities.

Sign up or learn more here.

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