Eating locally

Today G and I picked up our first of many food baskets from Culinarium, which is acting as a depot for KEG – Kawartha Ecological Growers. Today’s basket had: fresh Ontario strawberries; rhubarb; peas; spinach; spring onions; romaine lettuce; mesclun and garlic scapes. Mmmmmm….


We have a half share with Kawartha Ecological Growers (recently featured in Toronto Life magazine) who are part of the ‘slow food’ organic movement. This outfit is a collection of small, artisanal farms that produce good, clean, fair food (heirloom vegetables, unique fruits, heritage & rare breed meats and fresh cut herbs and flowers).

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5 Responses to Eating locally

  1. kunhuo42 says:

    mm… looks delicious! i ought to get out to the farmer’s market more often.

  2. christao408 says:

    Wish we had a programme like that here.

  3. CurryPuffy says:

    I bought strawberries from a similar place and they taste much sweeter!!

  4. ElusiveWords says:

    Way to go! I’ve been shopping at the farmers market near my place.

  5. Fatcat723 says:

    I notice that our Publix market is carrying a larger and larger organic food section and of course there is the organic section at the farmers market!!

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