The summertime bounty of Huron County, Ontario is on full display in August. You’ll find plenty of fresh, local produce, meats, lake fish and more. Ignoring the virus for a moment, this summer has truly been glorious along the Lake Huron shore. July brought many warm, sunny days perfect for enjoying the beaches and extra-warm water.
I’m happy to say you can now buy Bluewater Pepper Farm products at 3 awesome local vendors too. Visit Masse Fruit and Vegetable Farm, Out of the Blue Fish and Seafood Market and The Bad Apple Brewing Company. All 3 are located along Highway 21, between Bayfield and the tiny hamlet of St. Joseph.
Masse Fruit and Vegetable Farm
Visit Masse’s Farm market to buy the freshest produce you can find, much of it harvested from the fields right next to the store. Right now, you’ll find sweet corn in full swing, all the summer vegetables and fruits including peaches, melons and strawberries. Choose from their selection of meats and baked goods while you’re there.
Out of the Blue Fish and Seafood Market
If you love seafood, you’ll love Out of the Blue. Get the best fresh lake fish around. Pickerel, yellow perch, rainbow trout and whitefish are available (depending on the catch) and replenished daily. In addition, you’ll find a great selection of smoked fish (done on site), and fresh and frozen ocean seafood.
If you prefer to leave the cooking to Sue, you can choose from a great menu of fish and chips, chowder, fish burgers and more. The fresh cut fries are absolutely awesome too. Enjoy your meal at a picnic table in the beautiful Clan Gregor Square, right across the road from Out of the Blue.
Bad Apple Brewing Company
Over the last few years, the team at Bad Apple have transformed their small apple orchard into an all-round family friendly destination. Enjoy the patio bar and beer garden. With picnic tables scattered throughout the orchard, and a giant marquee tent in case of rain, it’s a perfect place to social-distance. They also host local food trucks, live music, yoga and more throughout the summer. Check out their Facebook page for the latest.
Inside the renovated century barn, pick up some Bad Apple swag and buy some beer to take home. Choose from a selection of local products and crafts including our own Bluewater Pepper Farm spices, hot sauce and Mexican chilies.
If you don’t have the good fortune to visit Huron County this summer, you can still order Bluewater Pepper Farm products direct from our store.