Farm to Table Directory

This directory is divided into several categories (fruit & veg, meat, baked goods, honey & maple syrup, beverages, etc.)

June 30, 2011 | | Blogs | Eat Local Caledon | Food

2011 Farm to Table Directory

If you have not yet done so, please check out our 2011 Farm to Table Directory.  This directory is divided into several categories (fruit & veg, meat, baked goods, honey & maple syrup, beverages, etc.) and lists farmers/producers from throughout Caledon, as well as the larger Peel and Headwaters Regions.  The Directory was initially intended for restaurants and other culinary buyers, although is a great resource for anyone looking for local foods.  Please let us know if you know of any producers that should be included in our 2012 version.

Eat Local Dinner Series – Caledon Inn

Thursday, June 30th, 16626 Airport Rd., Caledon East, (905) 584-0033

The Inn’s Executive Chef will be preparing a 3-course meal, featuring an array of local ingredients.  The cost is $30 per person, and vegetarian options are also available. Reservations are available for any time between 5 & 9pm and can be made directly with the restaurant at (905) 584-0033.

Cuisine Art at Alton Mill

Friday, June 15th-Sunday, June 17th,

Eat Local Caledon is excited to be involved in this unique event at the Alton Mill.  Now into its 3rd year, Cuisine Art celebrates local food, art and wine.  The event will include a farmers’ market, wine and art pairings, and performances by Humber River Shakespeare Company.  It will also include cooking demos and tastings by several local chefs, including Chef Giles Roche of Gourmandissimo, Chef Lena Valiquette of Tea Boutique, Chef Jill St-Amour of Millcroft Inn, Chef Shannon Fitzgerald of Shaw’s Creek Cafe, Chef Phil Dewar of Soulyve Caribbean Foods and Chef Jason Perkins of Ray’s 3rd Generation Bistro Bakery.

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