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Food lovers doing it different in Cornwall

Come to Cornwall and SDG Counties for a discovery road trip where you’ll be inspired and have your taste buds teased by a number of unique and award-winning producers, growers and restaurants.

Begin your day with a visit to Against the Grains Farms and absorb the history, passion and progress of owner Shelley Spruit. Locally grown grains are the missing component in many regional food systems and Shelley aims to renew the production and use of locally gown heritage grains through her offerings.


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Next stop is Avonmorre Berry Farm where you can shop, pick and explore. Grab a pie or 2 for the road along with your freshly picked seasonal fruit and/or veggies. Take a wagon ride, or explore the kids play area and grab a few photos with the fun photo props.


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Marlin Orchards is the perfect stop for some crisp apples, beautiful mums, delicious apple cider doughnuts and many other fall favorites. Start checking off some of those holiday shopping list items at Marlin’s gift shop, with many unique gifts, crafts and gourmet food items.


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Now that you’ve satisfied that hunger for knowledge on where it all comes from, it’s time to fill your belly. Sheep’s Head Bistro offers fresh and seasonal menus with a modern pub style atmosphere that is sure to impress.


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To complete your day, make a stop at Fauxmagerie Zengarry. Taste their award winning vegan cashew cheese made with the highest quality ingredients including fresh raw cashews, Ontario-grown garlic and fresh basil grown in-house in a living plant wall.


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This foodie road trip can be done in a day and includes about 2 hours of driving through the gorgeous rural roads of the SDG Counties. Start and end points are easily accessed from both the 401 and 417 highways. It is sure to leave you fulfilled; mind,spirit and tummy!