A foodie at heart, Natalia Dziubaniwsky escaped the city to embark on a rural road trip and with that, her taste buds did most of the exploring. Focused on finding the best unique foods at every stop, she uncovered the one-of-a-kind flavours of carrot soup in Madoc, spicy chocolate in Almonte, and an intimate meal surrounded by a cave in Eganville. Written brilliantly for Eat Drink Travel, check out her journey here, and pick up a few bonus pointers on which of these foodie stops also offers the chance to take home local products like honey, maple, and even antiques.
Who says art can only be found in big galleries or urban showrooms? To find fantastic local and Canadian art you need to head to the places that inspire artists to create, and Ontario’s Highlands is among the most beautiful places in Ontario (in our humble opinion). Beyond the inspiration found in the rugged hills […]