The University of Toronto offers a range of courses of food, across disciplines and campuses. Seminar courses and tutorials at the Scarborough campus are taught in the Culinaria Kitchen Lab, pictured above. The lab follows university and municipal food handling and COVID-related health and safety protocols. It is equipped with A/V capabilities for livestream and recorded food demonstrations, as well as in-class projector and television feeds. It features convection ovens, an industrial fridge and freezer, and the tools and equipment to facilitate the experiential learning courses and tutorials offered.
The Culinaria Kitchen is a dynamic experiential learning lab where students and researchers alike can use food and cooking as ways of working, thinking, and eating through questions and projects. This use of the kitchen space has included classes, tutorials, community lectures, the annual Seminar Series, and even large-scale public events like the annual Pop-Up Restaurant midterm for in-person offerings of HISB14: Edible History!