Tomorrow is the big day! We will be back to our regular hours 10-4 Tuesday to Saturday for Take out and Order Pick up until the lock down is over.
Enjoying a fall walk in nature in Northeastern Ontario along the shores of the Groundhog River.
Found a patch of big wild strawberries.
We discovered a patch of lupins growing next to the gazebo along the river.
It seems like every time we go for a little walk even just a short one around the farm house we make a new discovery. The farm is surrounded by and full of forest, there are numerous granite rock formations making massive hills, deep ravines and gulley’s, quiet hidden spaces tucked in among the trees…
Foraging for wild herbs on the farm. These chives are likely the offspring of a long ago plant put here by a previous owner that now grow wherever they please.
Freshly foraged wild fern fiddleheads from the shores of the Groundhog River in Fauquier in Northern Ontario, sautéed for dinner.
Farm fresh and wild foraged foods for supper make for a seriously local meal in under 0 km from field to the plate.