I have been interested and involved in Meal Exchange activities ever since the first Halloween I dressed up and collected canned food instead of candy. So when they started promoting National BBQ day, and the idea of supporting local producers I was completely into it. It happened to fall on the same day as Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary’s Open House. Perfect.
JC rented a zipcar and we drove down to Cedar Row Farm Sanctuary, we weren’t sure where to stop – until we saw the HUGE row of cars along the street (with the occasional Go Vegan or solar energy bumper sticker.) Heartwarming to see such a crowd.
Relaxing atmosphere, educational chalk based corn diagrams, and air conditioning… what more could you ask for? Well, add to all of that, that the food is delicious. Maizal (133 Jefferson Ave, Toronto, ON) is a recent addition to the Liberty Village area, and how I ended up there was one of those lovely connected Toronto foodie moments.