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    Local Lamb

    Lamb is available in Ontario year round and is often a key ingredient in many religious holiday feasts. A lean and tender read meat option, lamb is also high in protein, iron and B-vitamins. There are several different cuts available and it is easy to prepare.

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    On Weekends We BRUNCH!

    Brunch has become one of our favourite weekend eats. Whether at home or at a local restaurant, it's a lovely way to share a great meal with friends and family. See below two of our favourite brunch spots, where local food's part of the menu!

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    Caterers and Personal Chefs

    Hosting a meeting, dinner party, BBQ, or other get together at but want to avoid the hassle of providing and cooking all the food? We have you covered with a list of professional and personalized caterers and personal chefs.

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    Preserved Goodness

    There are a number of ways to carry the tastes and sunshine of summer into the colder months. Preserving fruit and vegetables must be one of the best ways to spice up the season with some delicious harvest produce.

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    UNCOVERING WELLINGTON - Circle Four Farms

    If you ever get the chance to visit Ron Chauvin’s Circle Four Farms, go. The farm’s 115 acres includes some of the most serene countryside you’re ever likely to tour. But that’s not all. Texas Long Horn cattle graze alongside Gypsy Vanner horses on fertile pasture.

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    Uncovering Wellington - Top Market Meats

    When you first meet Leslie Zinger, you quickly understand how she has built a successful farm business raising livestock. She cares deeply about the welfare of her animals, is passionate about a great product, and is a natural when it comes to building strong relationships with clients.

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    UNCOVERING WELLINGTON - Wagram Springs Farm

    When most of us think of ‘tapping trees’ we develop a mental picture of mature forests dripping sap ready to be harvested for that great Canadian elixir: maple syrup. Few of us would think of what’s becoming Canada’s other splendid native condiment, derived from trees no less familiar to the Canadian landscape and mindscape – the elegant birch.

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