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  1. Beeswax Candle from Honey Pie, Prince Edward County 2. Bee Pollen from Dickey Bee Honey, Innisfil 3. Beeswax lip Balm from Honey Pie, Prince Edward County 4. Honey Mineral Foundation from Goods with Story, on-line (Update: our apologies, the Goods With Story page seems to be down at the moment. We’ll update the […]

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  • Anonymous - Don’t forget mead!!! ;-)ReplyCancel

    • Sarah Koopmans - Tell us about the mead that you like, Jennifer! Where do you get it? What do you love about it?ReplyCancel

Images from Dags & Willow Fine Cheese and Gourmet Shop 12 Great Ontario Cheese Shoppes Cheese is a staple in our house. We can’t help it! Everything really is better with cheese. And even more so if that cheese is made and/or purchased in rural Ontario. There’s something about knowing that Ontario cows and goats […]

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  • Emily Blades - Ouderkirk & Taylor in Guelph is also a top contender! Artisanal bread, cheeses and meats are all to die for! If you are ever in Guelph, be sure to pop in. Hands-down — they bake the very best baguettes in the city, which takes the whole cheese experience to the next level.ReplyCancel

    • Sarah Koopmans - Thanks for sharing, Emily!ReplyCancel

  • Sue McGregor-Hunter - You could have included Chasing The Cheese in Peterborough http://www.chasingthecheese.com/ Fantastic cheese shop that supports small producers.ReplyCancel

    • Sarah Koopmans - Thanks for posting for everyone, Sue!ReplyCancel

  • Cheryl Mader - C’est Cheese on Water St in Cambridge (Galt) also has a fabulous selection as well.ReplyCancel

  • Mike Burgess - And if you’re in Grand Bend drop by FOODIES for a great selection of artisan cheeses from Gordon’s goat dairy, Pine River Cheese, Thornloe Cheese, and Gunn’s Hill Cheese to name a few. Also a huge selection of gourmet foods, treats from Great Britain and much more !ReplyCancel