Homegrown in the Hills
Classic truffles and novelty chocolates make an irresistible combo at The Chocolate Shop.
An Ancient Crop Adds Zest to Country Living!
Sarah Hallett’s delectable sweets have locals coming back for more.
Even in colder weather customers love Pommies’ combination of five local apple varieties, a bit of sugar, water, naturally occurring acids and carbonation.
Jamie bought Am Braigh’s three acres and broken-down old farmhouse in 1992. His aunt came up with the name, which is Gaelic for “higher ground,” relating both to his property and his spiritual leanings.
Tom Deans loves coffee so much, he decided to roast it himself!
Things were looking good for Bert to achieve the dream he’d had ever since he was a young boy in Mono.
Italian cooks flock to this Dutch family’s pick-your-own farm in Caledon.
Bridgitte says chocolate is also great brain food. It can shift your consciousness, making you feel better. “But,” she warns, “brain-activating chemicals are very heat sensitive.”
Sausages that are fast becoming a popular option, even among Broadway Farm’s Market’s most health-conscious customers.
Like Your Mom And Popeye Told You: Queen Victoria Baby Leaf Spinach comes from right here in Dufferin County!
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.