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1. Chow down on the classic peameal bacon sandwich. St. Lawrence Market’s Carousel Bakery is the city’s best-known purveyor.

2. Load up on Ontario maple syrup, available practically everywhere. For an upscale gift, splurge on Ninutik’s Cube 57, an arty maple sugar cube presented in a handcrafted maple box.

3. Try birch syrup, maple’s more complex sister, with semi-sweet nuances of honey,
caramel and licorice, plus balsamic spice. Intrigued? Forbes Wild Foods offers this and other traditional preserves.

4. Enjoy Ontario’s late-spring fiddlehead harvest. Freshly harvested fiddleheads usually hit restaurant menus and farmers’ markets in June.

5. With 30 award-winning varieties, Kozlik’s artisan mustards pass muster with discerning sandwich lovers (salad dressing mixologists, marinade crafters, etc.).




6. Carb-load on Canada’s original quick flat bread, bannock, at—where else?—Bannock, on the ground floor of the Hudson’s Bay flagship store at Queen Street West and Bay Street.

7. Ontario is known for deliciously ooey-gooey butter tarts. You can find them throughout town, but try local faves Mabel’s Bakery, Harbord Bakery and Bonjour Brioche for starters.

8. Wow your taste buds with world-famous Niagara icewine. Pick it up at LCBO stores, or make a day trip to Niagara for a winery tour.

9. Get hooked on Lake Erie pickerel. Enjoy this flavourful whitefish from Ontario’s Great Lakes on many menus.

10. Canucks love Tim Hortons coffee. If you’re an international visitor, be sure to order yours like a local: “double-double”
(two creams, two sugars).

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