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Cultr Kitchen

About this Program

CULTR Kitchen is an interdisciplinary health education program with practical skills-building components. It is designed to be fun and engaging and to help individuals build their confidence in food selection and preparation. The program is led by a Registered Dietitian from SCHC’s Inter-professional Primary Care Team and a Health Promotion Specialist. It applies scientifically evidenced practices and guidelines in prevention education for common health issues such as cardiovascular disease, depression, diabetes and more. The program is also guided by community perspectives and culinary interests and accounts for the realities of eating healthy in the current economy. A variety of dishes spanning several cultures and regions are demonstrated biweekly. Without compromising diversity in cuisine, this program provides both new and familiar recipes that help individuals stay healthy and within budget.   


Programs are open to adults and older adults, call for more information.

If you are interested in being a sponsor or a guest chef, please contact us.

Healthy Eating and Wellness Program for parents and child caregivers: twice per month/ 1hr sessions 

Interactive series to support healthy eating practices and lifestyle choices led by a Registered Dietitian, Health Promoter and Early Childhood Educators; hybrid model delivery (in-person and virtual) child care for in-person sessions + incentives are offered. 

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C.U.L.T.R. Kitchen (Cooking Up Local Tasty Recipes) 1 hour sessions (virtual) bi-weekly

Free, interactive and inclusive virtual cooking series offers easy-to-prepare recipes, nutritional guidance and wellness tips & practices.

·        Participants join on Zoom, sit back and enjoy the live session.

·        Opportunities to request dishes for the chef to prepare

·        Open Q&A with the dietitian following each session

Contact Us



Programs are delivered virtually over a Zoom licensed account and in person within Scarborough at various SCHC locations:

Programs are also delivered within TCHC building and using community partner agency space.


Contact the Coordinator of Volunteer Engagement: 416-847-4127 OR