Explore Your Senses on Prince Edward County’s Taste Trail

If your visit to Prince Edward County is propelled by your taste buds, why not explore your senses on the award-winning Taste Trail? The County’s experiential trail is a self-guided route and map which allows visitors to choose their epicurean adventure. More than just a listing of tasting rooms and restaurants – it is a delectable exploration of organic farms, world-class wineries, fine dining, and specialty producers relished by epicures, wine-lovers, and locavores alike. From famous chefs to artisan cheese makers, from ciders and craft beers to locally sourced foodstuffs and homemade delights the Taste Trail delivers an experience that has attracted food and wine lovers for years by promoting quality, attention to detail, sustainability and exceptional service. Come sample for yourself the bounty of our harvests and feast on the fruits of our labours at a host of local providers and establishments, and at our annual Maple in the…

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Invitation to Prince Edward County Youth

INVITATION TO PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY YOUTHYOUTH FARMERS MARKET For Prince Edward County youth residents under the age of 20.Prince Edward County young people will be able to set up stalls…

Great Local Food Blogs

Farming: More than Just Food – Melissa Larkin, January 11, 2011 Winter’s Bounty – Becky Lane, January 4, 2011 Trauma Farm: A Rebel History of Rural Life – Elizabeth Etue – December 28,…

You Can’t Beat a Beet!

Tips Choose beet roots that are firm and unwrinkled.  With the greens attached, beets can keep for only three to four days in the fridge as the root has to…

Spring is Here and so is Fresh!

We’ve waited all winter for it and now its finally here…fresh tart and crunchy rhubarb. Considered a vegetable, rhubarb is treated as a fruit and it provides a good source of…

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year from everyone at Harvestin’ the County. All the best for 2010!

1,200 meals served on Monday!!

The Harvestin’ the County Supper in Picton was a huge success! The sold out event provided 100% County meals to 1,200 people! Many thanks to the farmers, the caterers, our sponsors, our…

New Locavore TV Show – looking to profile you?

TVCOGECO, a local community channel devoted to covering and discussing events and issues that matter most to viewers, is in pre-production on an exciting new television program exploring the growing…

Looking for Volunteers!

The Harvestin’ the County team is hard at work planning the upcoming 4th annual Harvestin’ the County Supper.   The Supper is going to be held on Main Street, Picton on Mon. Aug. 24th and…