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UPDATED: Just found about the Leslieville Farmer's Market this Sunday: for more: http://leslievillemarket.com/
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, and it also happens to be my favourite. Since I moved to Leslieville four months ago, I've had a kind of culinary awakening; I've become more aware of the importance of supporting local businesses and eating foods from n...Check out my Ontario-produced brunch, and meet some of my new neighbours.
1. Beans from Rowe Farms (@RoweLeslieville)
Best known for their locally-raised meats, Rowe Farms is also stocked with seasonal, Ontario-grown produce.
2. Summer berries from the Danforth
While technically not Leslieville, this little market on the Dan feels like Chinatown meets Kensington Market and offers all kinds of fresh fruits & veggies.
3. Thick-sliced whole wheat bread from Brick Street Breads
4. Free-run eggs from Food Basics
While not the most glamourous of grocery stores, Gerrard Square offers eggs layed by hens who were in an open-concept environment where they're free to roam, feed, and nest. While I love supporting local businesses, I can't break the bank to eat; if anyone knows a place where I can get reasonably-priced free-run eggs in the east-end, let me know in the comments!
5. European-style double-smoked bacon from Leslieville Cheese Market (@Cheese Market)