Niagara Food Tour To Go
At this challenging time, we were thinking of a way to support our culinary partners and other small businesses that we enjoy. We are all trying to do our part and stay in but we do have to eat. Each week we will be offering a little something different in a box (okay maybe a bag) and it will be delivered for free to your doorstep. Each Food Tour To Go will be curated by award winning Niagara Culinary Tours and will include items from our food tour partners and a few friends that we love but are a little far for us to go to on our regular walking tours but we know you will love them too.
Local food brings a sense of community and with that social connection. Through this new project we strive to bring our culinary community to you. Our weekly offerings may bring a little comfort food and we hope you will discover something new in your own backyard. We are so lucky to live in Niagara where we are surrounded by spectacular food and wine in abundance. Right now we need to show our local businesses a little love so this is our way to connect us all and lessen the distance that many of are feeling.
Stay tuned for some stories from our partners talking about their passion and what makes Niagara food and living here so special!
Bonus: With each purchase you will receive a 20% Niagara Culinary Tours discount code so you can join us on one of our future walking tours.
Order deadline: Wednesday, May 27, 2020 at 4:00 pm
Free Delivery:Friday May 29, 2020 (11:00 am to 7:00 pm)
We asked to hear from you and you voted! This Niagara Food Tour "To Go" is filled with customer favourites.
In this box you will find a little sweet and savory. We asked and you voted. Here is what you have in store this week.
Chef Cory Linkson,of Ag Inspired Cuisine, Niagara Falls. Morrocan spice rub. On our travel bucket list for when we can finally travel safely again is Morroco. This spice blend is perfect for lamb but can also be used with chicken, pork or tuna. Add a little to your rice, lentils or chick peas and you will get an explosion of flavour with cardomon, cloves and star anise to name a few.
We have really loved every single one of these soups but this week the crowd favourite is Sweet Potato and Pear soup from Chef William Brunyansky of Karma Kameleon Gastropub, Thorold
To accompany your soup you really need a bit of bread. We will surprise you with an artisan loaf from De La Terre Bakery in Jordan and Vineland.
What goes better with bread than cheese! Le Douanier is a wash-rinsed cheese made by Fritz Kaiser in Quebec, Canada. Available for purchase at Cheese Secrets, Niagara on the Lake.
People can't seem to get enough of these! We loved trying one for the first time when we were in Budapest and we were thrilled to have them arrive right here in Niagara. Cinnamon Sugar Chimney cake from Budapest Bakeshop,Niagara on the Lake.
The box wouldn’t be complete without something yummy that says Canadian summer , Chocolate pecan buttertarts from Chef Beth McIntee of Niagara Food Co, St Catharines
Price: $ 49 plus HST (Niagara to Grimsby Free delivery)
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Please Note: Available in Niagara Region for free no contact delivery. $5 extra charge for delivery to Stoney Creek, Hamilton and Burlington
Previous Box #1 is SOLD OUT
This box includes amazing honey from amazing bees from former NCT Tour guide turned Apiculturist, Chris Radimer of Tiddley Bee Honey Company, Cinamon Sugar Chimney cake from Budapest Bakeshop, Wood fired sour dough bread from Chef Ryan Crawford of Backhouse and Ruffinos, Sweet Potato and Pear soup from Chef William Brunyansky of Karma Kameleon Gastropub, White Chocolate Espresso and Walnut Biscotti and Niagara Maple Vinaigrette from Chef Cory Linkson of AG Inspired Cusine and Gunn's Hill 5 Brothers hand crafted washed rind cow's milk cheese from Cheese Secrets.
This box includes Guatemalan coffee from Port Dalhousie specialty coffee roasters Signal Coffee Co., Chocolate chip cookie dough (1 dz) ready to be baked from Chef Erik Peacock of Wellington Court Restaurant, house made granola from Chef Cory Linkson or AG Inspired Cuisine, savoury lentil soup from Chef Chef William Brunyansky of Karma Kameleon Gastropub, ready to bake baguette paired with La Sauvigine cow's milk cheese from Cheese Secrets
This week we are featuring Hemp and Honey Vinaigrette from Chef Cory Linkson of AG Inspired Cusine perfect with spring greens, something savoury with Salami and Gouda Chimney Cake from Budapest Bakeshop, one of our favourite cookies, a chocolate crinkle cookie from Chef Beth Mcintee at Niagara Food Company and to get us in the mood for strawberry season her strawberry jam, a staple in our series has been a soup from Chef Chef William Brunyansky of Karma Kameleon Gastropub, who has won some pretty nifty ladle trophies. This week we bring you carrot ginger to be enjoyed with walnut sourdough bread from another hidden gem, De La Terre Bakery in Jordan and Vineland.
Our Masaman curry paste is from a little store in Niagara Falls, Thai Binh Asian Food on Drummond Road where we find things like sambal olek, curry pastes, and fresh Thai basil. We cooked this ourselves this week and added stir fried chicken, coconut milk and onions and served it with basmati rice and Naan bread. It would also be nice with vegetables and tofu.
Chef Cory Linkson,of Ag Inspired Cuisine has added a Morrocan spice rub this week. On our travel bucket list for when we can finally travel safely again is Morroco. This spice blend is perfect for lamb but can also be used with chicken, pork or tuna. Add a little to your rice, lentils or chick peas and you will get an explosion of flavour with cardomon, cloves and star anise to name a few.
Chef Chef William Brunyansky of Karma Kameleon Gastropub is featuring his award winning Thai Coconut soup. A fun fact about Chef William is that he has won soup ladle awards for his soups. If you have tried previous Food Tours “To Go” you will know that he is a flavour genius with soup.
To round out our Thai craving we top it off with Shrimp Chips and peanut sauce from Noy and Alan at Spicy Thai in St Catharines. Always a go to in our family for Thai takeaway this team never disappoints.
On our NOTL tour in the summer we often work with The Exchange Brewery. On Sundays you will find sushi chef Danny Rimando rolling fresh sushi. In this box we have chosen the yam sushi rolls. Vegetarian friendly and not short on flavour.
These samosas are made fresh daily by owners of the Regional Variety and Gas Bar, Ranjit and Navdeep Rai. You will receive these handmade vegetarian samosas with tamarind chutney in this week's around the world food tour.
Niagara Food Tour “To Go” Barbecue collection