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Pick your own apples in Ontario

Pick Your Own Apples in Ontario: A Fall Tradition

The air is crisper and the days shorter. Cinnamon and cloves, and pumpkin spiced coffee are scents that dominate bakeries and coffee shops. And it’s time to participate in the annual tradition where you pick your own apples in Ontario. Grandparents and parents take kids to see where food really comes from. They enjoy a few hours on a farm, ...

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Reasons to visit a farm - horses

Five Reasons Why You Should Spend a Day on a Farm

I’m up close and personal with Leroy the llama. To clarify – as close as he will allow me. Leroy doesn’t like to be touched, so all I can do is hold out my hand to let him sniff it and snort a bit of his snot all over it. His soft gaze is entrancing. He’s handsome, with his big ...

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Visit Kentucky

Visit Kentucky: Bourbon Country

It’s not often that I get to visit Kentucky… but when I do, I do it well! Jim Beam is one of my client’s brands. I handle public relations for Beam Suntory in Canada and am lucky to have an opportunity to work with some amazing brands, including this delicious-tasting bourbon. I recently had an opportunity to visit Kentucky and ...

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Irish Cheeses

Food Find: Irish Cheeses – Kerrygold Dubliner and Reserve Cheddar

Anybody who knows me well, knows that I love cheese. I have to watch my consumption, because sometimes I can’t stop at one piece. As we can’t enjoy travel as much as we’d like, we do a bit of culinary travelling via the international and Canadian cheese selection at our local Longos grocery store. We’ve been trying new cheeses once ...

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Brum's Dairy Pembroke

Food Find: Ice Cream from Brum’s Dairy in Pembroke, Ontario

There’s nothing better than ice cream on a hot day, and waffle cone with two scoops directly from the dairy is even better. Brum’s Dairy in Pembroke, Ontario is just the spot to visit if you need to cool off and are in that area of Eastern Ontario. This past weekend we were visiting family at their cottage in Petawawa, ...

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