Take a culinary adventure in 2015

By Stephanie Dickison

It's finally getting warm and sunny out. Want an excuse to get outside?

Head out on a food tour or culinary adventure - you get a good walk (or paddle) in, discover great eateries, providers and producers, and you can get to nibble and nosh along the way. Win-win.

Here are three fabulous places to start:

  • Chowbella Taste & Travel
    Covering Toronto, Niagara wine country, Prince Edward County, and Stratford is just the start of customized culinary trips.  Whether you dream of being a cheesemaker or want to forage for mushrooms in an ancient forest, Chowbella makes it happen.If you're looking for something a little less daunting, head out for one of the Saturday food tours such as the insanly popular West Queen West/King West Signature Tour.
  • The Culinary Adventure Company
    Choose from fun adventures such as trekking across to the Isalnd in a canoe for dinner, or discovering  neighbourhood gems with focused culinary tours including Church & Wellesley or Balwin Village.
  • Foodies on Foot
    Fabulous events include this one happening May 2nd - Secret Menus & Side Streets Food Tour, "making you a true foodie insider, by exposing the secret menus at some of our favourite locations throughout the city, and, bringing out some of the hidden gems that are off the beaten path."
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