Grand Bend has the most amazing variety of eating establishments to satisfy every appetite. What are you looking for - pickerel, filet, Caesar salads, Mexican burritos, burgers and fries, onion rings, ice cream are all available, either on Hwy 21 or all down the Main Street of Grand Bend. What else would you expect on the main street of a beach town? And boy oh boy it is good!
These recipes are generously offered to you by James Eddington
Celebrate the Season -
As summertime approaches, the warmth of a new season inspires a change in menu, away from the melded flavors of simmered stews to lighter and fresher fare. Each day early vegetables arrive, salad greens become abundant and fruit blossoms become alive with berry season just around the corner.
Its time to clean off your barbecues, sweep the deck, dust off the patio furniture and
enjoy the outdoors as much as the food that accompanies it. Local farmers markets, roadside vendors and grocers stock their shelves with all the riches that Ontario’s West Coast has to offer.
Simple Spring Salad
A sweet and sour dressing made just for spinach
3 tbsp Apple Cider Vinegar
1/4 cup Granulated Sugar
1/4 tsp Worcestershire sauce
2 tbsp Sesame seeds, toaster
(see tip below)
2 tsp Poppy seeds
1/4 tsp Onion powder
10oz Bag / Bunch of Fresh
2 cups Fresh Strawberries
Dressing: Put first 6 ingredients into
blender. Process until smooth. Pour into
Combine spinach and strawberries in large
bowl. Add as much dressing as needed, just
Toss until well coated.
Feel free to add other seasonal ingredients ie) asparagus tips. spring leeks. etc
Tip: To toast almonds and sesame seeds,
place in single layer on ungreased shallow
Bake in 350°F oven for approximately 7
minutes, stirring or shaking often.
Enjoy… James Eddington
Eddington’s of Exeter.
527 Main St s