The Woodstock Fleece Festival – Woolstock

Woodstock Fleece Festival

We haven’t made it to Rhinebeck (which was this past weekend), but we went to our local fleece festival, the Woodstock Fleece Festival (aka Woolstock) in Woodstock, Ontario, the weekend before. Some friends joined us so we had a nice little field trip out to the country to buy some beautiful fibres! I made sure […]

Lunch at the Drake Devonshire

Drake Devonshire

We didn’t take much vacation this summer, but one of our more memorable trips was to the Drake Devonshire in Prince Edward County. Five of us left Toronto in the late morning, driving the two hours to the Drake Devonshire for lunch. The inside dining area was rather empty as it was a beautiful sunny […]

The ByWard Market and the Ottawa Jail Hostel

Ottawa

Tomiko and I spent a night in Ottawa on our way home from our Quebec Culinary Adventure. After checking in to our hostel, we took a stroll down to the ByWard Market, one of the oldest and largest public markets in Canada. Lieutenant Colonel John By, who also built the Rideau Canal, laid out the street plan […]

Prince Edward County Eats: The Hubb Eatery and Lounge

Prince Edward County Eats: The Hubb Eatery and Lounge

The first stop on Kiku Corner’s Quebec Culinary Adventure was The Hubb Eatery and Lounge in Prince Edward County. While not in Quebec, it was the lunch stop on our 6 hour drive to Montreal. Serving lunch and dinner six days a week, The Hubb Eatery and Lounge is the restaurant attached to Angeline’s Inn. […]

The Barn Quilt Trail in Prince Edward County

During the six hour journey between Toronto and Montreal, Meinhilde and I made a detour through Prince Edward County. This wine region in Southeastern Ontario has recently exploded as a foodie destination, so we were excited to explore it for ourselves. Apart from the other treats of the area (stay tuned, we will show those to you shortly), […]

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