Food!

Food-Venue-Borscht

We tweak the menu each year, although our volunteers try hard to keep serving your favourites.

Pro tips:

  • “Whole pies” usually sell out early in the morning.
  • 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 – updated September 2018

  • Apple Fritters
  • Back Bacon on a Bun 
  • Bread – homemade
  • Chicken Legs from a BBQ
  • Cold Drinks or Coffee
  • Cookies
  • Corn-on-the-Cob
  • 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 (slices) (see the list below for the types of pies)
  • 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
  • Zwieback

To take home with you

  • Bread – homemade
  • Jams and Jellies and Preserves
  • Pies (whole) (see the list below for the types of pies)
  • Produce at the Farmers’ Market near the main entrance
  • Tarts and Buttertarts

 

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4 thoughts on “Food!

  1. Joe

    Hello
    Can you please tell me whether there will be any gooseberry pies at the September 17th Toronto Mennonite Festival at Black Creek Pioneer Village?
    Thanks

    Reply

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