Dine with Eggs, in support of Parkinson Canada

Dine with Eggs festival from TasteToronto and Burnbrae Farms returns this September in support of Parkinson Canada


TasteToronto is once again partnering with Canadian, family-owned and operated Burnbrae Farms for the second annual Dine with Eggs campaign which sees 30 top restaurants across Toronto including The Broadview Hotel, Bar Koukla, Maha’s Restaurant and PAI serve up specialty dishes featuring eggs in support of Parkinson Canada.

For six weeks, from September 12, 2022 until October 24, 2022, patrons can tour many of Toronto’s favourite restaurants to dig in on each eatery’s unique egg-inspired featured item, from the seasonally inspired 63° Egg from The Broadview Hotel, to rich custard based ice cream, and certified breakfast classics, all made with Burnbrae Farms’ eggs. Diners can vote on their favourite and be entered to win an ultimate grand prize Whistler winter getaway for two including flights, accommodations, choice of skiing or snowmobiling, and dinner.

For every featured egg dish purchased during the dining collective, Burnbrae Farms will make a donation of $1 to Parkinson Canada, an organization that improves the lives of Canadians living with Parkinson’s, the world’s fastest growing neurological disease. 

“One of our core beliefs is as a community, we’re stronger together,” said Karen Lee, PhD, president and CEO, Parkinson Canada. “Canada has one of the highest prevalence rates of Parkinson’s globally, making partnerships like these so valuable. Together we can support the 100,000 Canadians living with Parkinson’s and help find a cure.”

Burnbrae Farms has a long history of working with community organizations to support those in need. In 2020 alone, Burnbrae Farms donated 3.6 million eggs, one of nature’s most nutritious foods, to 3,000 Canadians in need.   

“Partnering with the tastemakers at TasteToronto allows us to show the fun and creative ways to include eggs in a healthy diet,” said Margaret Hudson, president, Burnbrae Farms. “While raising money for a disease affecting 100,000 Canadians today. This initiative brings Canadians together over a shared love of food to improve the lives of others.”

A full list of participating vendors can be found here.