Freelance writer Nicola Ross lives in Belfountain.
The traditions of the annual agricultural fair were brought to Canada by British settlers.
Jean Denison finds the Erin Fair’s Optimist fries hard to resist, but she can’t resist the church pies either.
For consumers, improved meat safety sounds encouraging – but the transition to a more strictly regulated system has not been without casualties.
Seven of the 20 individual plots have been rented for $25 each by area residents who want fresh vegetables.
Croquet, at least the version I was about to learn, is both remarkably like and completely different from what most kids play.
Like Your Mom And Popeye Told You: Queen Victoria Baby Leaf Spinach comes from right here in Dufferin County!
From big city to back forty, an urban couple leaves the world of cappuccino and concrete for a better life … on the farm.
What happens when five of Caledon’s most committed local-food mavens get together to share coffee, muffins and some big ideas?
Mountain biker Karen Gillies and road cyclist Nicola Ross invite each other out for a spin.
Ted Webb’s infectious passion for cycling has transformed a sleepy village into a road racer’s dream.
RACE DATE: MONDAY AUGUST 1st, 2011 Participants don’t just like LTDTC… they LOVE it! The Tour starts at the Terra Cotta Inn where dozens of sleek, jersey-clad racers fill King Street. The fastest have lined up at the front of the pack eager to get a jump on their rivals. If you happened unaware upon…
Léna Valiquette blends her tisanes from the flowers and herbs she grows and dries in Hockley Valley. Her shop also carries a wide selection of true teas and coffees.
Goodness Me! What Yummy Pies You Make! Five cups of fruit go into each nine-inch, deep-dish pie.
Lessons in archery from the steady hand and a sharp eye of Bruce Savage.
Closing the divide between farm and plate: I grew up believing that my part of the Niagara Escarpment wasn’t much good for farming. Gord McArthur sees things differently.
Palgrave’s certified commercial kitchen is open to cooks, caterers and community groups.
Rock Garden Farms offers the very best of in-season, Ontario grown fruits and vegetables.
The biggest barrier to fruit wines is getting people to try them. That’s why winery manager Ed Roy is happy to have visitors spend time at the tasting bar. Photo by Pam Purves.