It’s time to share your food story

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From the very first spoonful, every bite is a chapter in our food story. 

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Here’s where our stories start

Everyone has a food story. Farms and farmers are the beginning, but the stories come from memories we make. We are all a part of Ontario’s food stories. As farmers, we create stories with each harvest. These are the stories of our passion and hard work for Ontario food and land. But, without consumers, a farmer’s food story wouldn’t be complete. As consumers, food from the farm provides a connections to the land, to our community and to our families. Without farmers our tables would be bare. Everyone has a food story, and ours start here. What’s your food story?

Let’s celebrate food again by sharing our unique and diverse food stories.

What’s your food story?

Everyone has a food story; a moment or memory in their lives where food was a central piece. Perhaps it was your wedding dinner, or the first time you tried your favourite food. Maybe it’s calling yourself a “foodie” or travelling the world just to experience new cultures through their foods. Some people’s food stories are warm, celebrating, and full of fond memories of family and friends. Other people’s food stories are simple, about nourishment and fueling your body for your day.

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It’s wheat season!

It’s wheat season!

Ontario wheat is harvested each summer across the province. Wheat can be milled into flour that makes many great food stories, and recipes like Homemade pizza, Homemade Lasagna and Peanut Butter Cookies! Did you know, one bushel of wheat contains 1 million kernels? A...

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April is National Soy Foods Month!

April is National Soy Foods Month!

This is a great time to celebrate some delicious recipes made from soy or soybeans. Did you know soybeans can be grown here in Ontario, and are one of the largest fields crops? From soy beverages, to tofu, to sauces and marinades, soybeans can make a wonderful...

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Banana Oat Cookies

Banana Oat Cookies

These homemade banana cookies are low-calorie and delicious way to use bananas that are too ripe. Add some chocolate chips for a chocolatey twist!Featured food story “I remember when I was little baking banana cookies with my mom had a great time with her while...

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Wheat is a part of Ontarian’s food stories! 38% of people say wheat is their favourite grain. Did you know Ontario grows over 1 million acres of wheat? Learn more about Ontario grains, food facts, and discover great recipes in the #YourFoodStory blog.

Stories from our community

“Sitting around with many of my relatives celebrating the Chinese New Year eating a big dinner of many different kinds of food including shrimps and fried meats and plates of festivals, bread and dumplings. We are drinking beer and enjoying each other’s company.”

“Sitting down with the whole family, gathered around the dinner table and reminiscing about the old times with family. Mealtimes always brought the family together, to eat, drink and be together.”

“My favorite meal memories are the ones with all the family eating together. Enjoying time spent together laughing, talking passing the platers around eating our favorite meal. Meal time is when you truly feel the love of family.”

“My favourite memory about food is always with my Dad… every time the Toronto Maple Leafs played we would order pizza and watch the game and have cookies or chocolate for dessert.”

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