Got your finger on the pulse of the local food scene here in Niagara?
Know a good place to get some great local honey?
What’s your favourite place to eat a local meal or the best spot in the region to shop for local groceries?
We want to know what your favourite local food secrets — anything from the best place for locally-made pie to where to find unbeatable dill weed for pickles. If it’s local and worth knowing about, spill.
Post your answers in the comment box and when we have the 411, we’ll compile the results and let people know, so they can step up their locavore ways.
To get the local juices flowing, here are a few questions (but you don’t have to limit your responses to just these):
What’s your favourite farmers’ market in Niagara? (Don’t forget to tell us why)
What’s the best local bakery for pie?
Where do you go when you need a local maple syrup fix?
Which farmer helps you get your five to 10 veggies a day?
If you’re hungry for a steak or other local protein, what’s your favourite source?
The yummiest local food-serving restaurant?
What’s the best local beverage with which to wash it all down?
The perfect source for seeds and transplants to grow your own food?
The best orchard to get apples, peaches, pears, plums or nectarines (or any other fruit)?
The most fantastic of farm stands?