We tweak the menu each year, although our volunteers try hard to keep serving your favourites.
- “Whole pies” usually sell out first or second.
- Quilt bidders eat before noon, because that’s when the auction begins.
Come early; some food sells out by early afternoon. Black Creek Pioneer Village opens at 10am; there’s lots to see and do (and eat)!
To eat while at the Toronto Mennonite Festival
- Back Bacon on a Bun [On the very last day of August, Simon stepped up to put the pork into the loaf!]
- Chicken Legs from a BBQ
- Cold Drinks or Coffee
- Ice Cream (watch it being made!)
- Latin American foods… not sure exactly what will be served this year, but likely to include Empanadas and Samosas
- Pies (cut pieces) (see the list below for the types of pies)
- Popcorn… the Kettle Corn returned for 2015
- Rosettes… really good with the freshly-made ice cream
- Salads with fresh ingredients (not pre-packaged days in advance)
- Sausage with sauerkraut
- Sloppy Joes (vegetarian or meat)
- Spring Rolls
To take home
- Apple Butter
- Jams and Jellies and Preserves
- Maple Syrup
- Pickles and Relish
- Pies (whole) (see the list below for the types of pies)
- Produce at the Farmers’ Market near the main entrance
- Tarts and Squares
Types of Pies sold at the 2016 Toronto Mennonite Festival
- Strawberry Rhubarb