Open all year round, and stocked with products grown in their own fields, as well as from other local farms, Gerrie’s is ready and waiting to offer you everything you could need, at any time, although perhaps, there is a particular excitement in the fall, when their store is filled with all of the wonderful things that Ontario has to offer.
The Danish Place restaurant in Puslinch offers Danish cuisine such as smørrebrød: an open faced sandwich, a very popular part of a traditional Danish diet.
The Top Hat Tea Room, located in beautiful downtown Orangeville, is like walking into a space where time stands still. Comfort food is delivered lovingly every day, and of course, a well brewed “cuppa”, served in antique tea pots and cups, delivers a one of a kind experience.
Ingredients and directions to make Berry Napolean.
Recipe Courtesy of: Chef Wade Plews & Chef Dave Scoffield – Georgian Shores Catering.
Ingredients and directions to make Chocolate, Raspberry and Lemon Tarts.
Recipe courtesy of: Chef Connie Raso – The Olive Expereince.
SHOPPING FRESH and LOCAL The summer sun is shining, bright and friendly in the clear blue sky and it’s starting to drive that familiar itch – an itch that a trip to the grocery store’s produce section just isn’t going to cut. You want to drive, to escape, soaking in that warm sun and when you stop, wherever that may be, you want somewhere that’s going to provide you with all of the bright colours, fragrant smells and outstanding fresh...
Everything about the dining experience at Rustik would make you think you were in a swanky restaurant in downtown Toronto. The décor has a modern rustic feel that is reminiscent of a place that might be found in the Distillery District or the Annex, but the warm and welcoming atmosphere is in a class all of its own. Located in downtown Orangeville at the corner of Broadway and First Street, Rustik Restaurant offers casual fine dining...