On Sunday, November 26th will be the second annual Kidney Foundation Christmas Market at the Kitchener Market. We’ll be around offering food for purchase for hungry attendees. With 50 vendors, a bake sale, children’s entertainment, and door prizes, this is a fun event for the whole family – proceeds go towards the Kidney Foundation of Canada. Look for some of our cookies in the bake sale as well, we’ll be donating some to help support the cause as well.
Hope to see you there. Check out the Kidney Foundation’s website for more info.
Time for another menu change! This one’s a quick and easy one, rotating two past sandwiches back onto the roster for the springtime. We’re looking forward to more fresh Ontario vegetables and fruits coming to the Market soon, but in the meantime, we’re bringing back two crowd favourites – the “ms. piggy” and the “you feta believe it!”
We’re happy to be supporting Lutherwood’s Steps for Kids event for the third year in a row with fresh wraps for participants and volunteers. It’s coming quickly on May 7th. Please check out the event and sponsor someone you know who’s running – it’s a fun event for a great cause - http://www.lutherwoodstepsforkids.ca
It’s been a while since we’ve found the time for a blog post on here, but we’ve got a few newsworthy items to discuss so it’s about time!
We’ve recently entered into a partnership agreement with Epicater, a small Toronto-based company that helps small restaurants link up with larger catering clients. We’re excited about the possibility of serving more lunches to clients in larger offices.
a mean, clean machine
In other news, we’ve upgraded from our limited fryer set-up to a full-on industrial gas fryer. The results are great! We’ve got cleaner french-fries that cook faster, which will reduce our wait times over the counter – news we’re sure you’ll appreciate if you’re a Saturday visitor.
Moving into the holiday season, we’ll have our pre-order form up for our holiday bacon soon. If you need a reminder, that’s our usual Ontario pork belly, but cured a little differently – with warm spices and orange. We sell it vacuum-sealed. Makes a great gift!