Dinner parties don’t need to be completely off the table in the time of people distancing. Thanks to all the video chat options out there, you can get creative and still hold a virtual gathering for a meal together.
Author: JT Uppal
It’s the summer of the road trip and we know you’re itching to get out of your home and discover local spots that you may have overlooked in the past to share with friends and family virtually. Ontario’s Southwest is home to a great number of picture worthy locations that even some of us who live here might not have visited before.
Known for its rich Aboriginal and pioneer history, agriculture, and friendly communities, Middlesex County has endless rural charm. And thanks to its productive farm lands, combined with passionate locals, it's growing into a culinary destination for food fans looking to get out of the city.
Travelling around discovering food spots that feature local flavours and locally sourced ingredients is one of my favourite things to do when travelling. I do it wherever I go, from overseas travel to road trips in Ontario, and one of my favourite regions to discover local eats is Southwest Ontario.
Lapped up the smooth spirits of Wolfhead Distillery and hungry for more?
The spirits are just one set of delectable items that will tickle your taste buds at the distillery; there’s a fabulous restaurant and patio too!
A 6-pack of tasty local brews.
Sunny days and warmer temperatures are finally upon us and on a consistent basis too. When out in the warm sunshine, it’s important to stay hydrated and one of my favourite ways to stay hydrated is with a nice cold beer, especially an Ontario craft beer.