Taste our passion with these Fresh Finds.
“People just get food up here. You don’t need a title for it, slow food or anything like that — it’s just the way it is, a way of life.”
Pumpkin-picking, corn mazes, homemade country food: a Caledon tradition for families at Easter, Canada Day, Christmas and Halloween, with its incredible pumpkin donuts.
2. The Best Pies, Period
From fairs, to church dinners, to bakeries, to Mono Mayor Laura Ryan, who bakes 8,000 a year, pie-making is part of our farming and community history. Wear stretchy pants.
Tour and taste the best of local Headwaters food in one glorious downtown Orangeville shop. Sixty-plus cheeses, soups, charcuterie items: they’ll even make you something right on the spot.
Erin’s dynamic, chef-social- worker-food-healer Pam Fanjoy just won Chopped Canada, and these candied jalapenos are but one spicy reason why.
“Whenever I looked out over our Hockley Valley property, it reminded me of Italy’s rolling hills. I dreamed of vines being grown.” In 2016, Mario Adamo’s dream comes true. (Wines available now!)
Mrs. Mitchell’s famous house dressing.