How you can enjoy the tastes of the harvest for as long as you like.
Casting a farewell wave to the coveted summer months is not an easy gesture for many Canadians to make. But packing up the barbecue and putting away the picnic blanket is a lot easier when you look forward to the activities, traditions and celebrations that can make autumn such a special time. Fall is also the best time of year to gather as much local and seasonal food that the late-summer harvests have to offer, whether it’s from your own garden, local farmer’s market or grocery store. So why not prepare to set some of the bounty aside, using your method of choice, to enjoy throughout the coming months?
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