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Knorr transforms Toronto home into pop-up takeout restaurant

Brand celebrates launch of Knorr Taste Combos in Canada with chef Matty Matheson
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Knorr has turned a Toronto home into a pop-up takeout joint called Yummy K’s.

Beginning at 5 p.m. on August 10 through August 13, the pop-up restaurant located at 179 Crawford Street (near Trinity Bellwoods Park) will serve up Knorr Taste Combos. 

Yummy K’s menu will feature four creations from restauranteur, chef and resident Torontonian, Matty Matheson – the mind behind local spots like Prime Seafood Palace and Matty’s Patty’s. 

The menu items, each priced at $5, include: Matty’s Special: BBQ-Glazed Chopped Chicken Sandwich; Matty’s Special: Chilled Chili Soba; Best Ever Juicy Burger; and Fully Loaded Chicken Tacos.

All proceeds will be donated to La Tablée des Chefs, a non-profit organization that focuses on food recovery initiatives and education with the aim of developing food autonomy among youth embarking upon independent living. 

“With Knorr Taste Combos, we’re clearing up the misconception that cooking at home is bland, boring, and time consuming; with just a few ingredients and Knorr, you can create delicious meals that compare to the taste and simplicity of your go-to fast food order,” said Shagufta Hooda, marketing lead, Knorr Canada, in a statement. “By bringing a takeaway joint into a home, we’re showing Canadians they can cook up meals that aren’t fast food, but are sooooo good and sharing delicious inspiration they can try in their own home.”

The Taste Combos launched earlier this year in a campaign with Cardi B.

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