Love to try new things? Enjoy some incredible Canadian taste finds! FoodiePages.ca scours the country for Canada’s best artisan food makers and boutique wineries, and here they present their March TASTING BOX. The TASTING BOX includes 5 scrumptious taste samples to enjoy, made by their favourite Canadian small batch food artisans (including us!) and delivered directly to your door. The TASTING BOX is a perfect opportunity to discover and sample the culinary talents right in our own backyard!
What’s in the March TASTING BOX? In addition to a 100 ml bottle of our own Cold Pressed Sunflower Oil there are several other amazing Canadian creations:
Strawberry Wine Jelly from Ferme Guy Rivest (Rawdon QC) – Sweet jelly made from strawberry wine, but without the alcohol. Use it on cheeses and pâtés for the perfect match. Want to add flavour in your sandwich? Mix some jelly with your mayo!
Artisan Brownie from Carolina’s Box of Goodness (Ottawa ON) – Brazilian family recipes and traditional French baking techniques are used to create this delectable, mouth-watering treat. Handmade and baked to order using the finest ingredients: premium Belgian chocolate, local eggs and butter, and pure Madagascar bourbon vanilla.
Jbars, Lemon and Cocoa (Toronto ON) – Healthy, delicious snacks made with raw and organic ingredients. Rich in protein; gluten /soy/ dairy free with no preservatives or GMO’s. They can be enjoyed by anyone, anytime in search of a quick and nutritionally balanced bite on the go.
Wildfire Awesome Sauce from Dad’s Westcoast Awesome Sauces (Mill Bay BC) – Not East Indian, not Thai, not Mexican. It’s just awesome! Perfect served on the side, used as a marinade for meat or tofu, or added as a flavour enhancer to various dishes and even to a Bloody Mary.
The TASTING BOX will be available Sunday March 2nd, at Noon EST. Only 50 boxes will be available, sold on a first come first serve basis. Order quickly! The cost is an incredible value at $14.95 plus shipping.
About Foodie Pages
FoodiePages.ca scours the country for Canada’s best artisan food and drink makers. With an online marketplace of 150+ small producers and boutique wineries selling over 1,200 products, from Canadian sea salt to dried mushrooms, gluten-free granola, and small-lot wines, Canadians can choose from a rich and rapidly growing diversity of delicious products originating from the tip of northern Newfoundland to the Pacific coast of Vancouver Island.