Explore Prince Edward County, its rich local history, gorgeous scenery, and delicious food and drink, in this new guide to the "gastronomic capital of Ontario" (The Globe and Mail).
Prince Edward County's reputation as a picturesque region of award-winning wineries, quaint and eclectic hotels, rustic restaurants and fine dining establishments makes it the perfect getaway destination. Within driving distance of Toronto, Ottawa, and Montreal, the county is an ideal place both for city slickers to escape and unwind, and for locals to relish and preserve the region's history and farmlands.
This comprehensive, elegant guide covers hotels, restaurants, wineries, local attractions, and much more, along with itinerary suggestions showcasing the best of what Prince Edward County has to offer. With profiles of key people behind some of the county's most beloved establishments, this book goes beyond typical guidebook territory. A Taste of Prince Edward County also includes a selection of recipes and wine pairings from chefs and restaurateurs based in the area, all inspired by the culinary bounty PEC has to offer. And with his signature warmth and humour, food and travel writer Chris Johns teams up with local county photographer Johnny C. Y. Lam to provide readers with a stunningly beautiful insider's look into one of the top travel destinations in Canada.
CHRIS JOHNS is one of Canada's most respected food critics and food writers. His writing has appeared in en Route, The Globe and Mail, Wallpaper, Toronto Life and many international publications. He is the co-author (with Derek Dammann) of True North, a cookbook celebrating the food, traditions, and fascinating history of Canadian cuisine.
JOHNNY C. Y. LAM is a Canadian portrait, travel, and food photographer based in Prince Edward County. He has contributed to top national and international publications such as Food & Drink, Food & Wine, House & Home, Toronto Life, The Globe and Mail, CBC, Vice, GEO and Time. This is his first book.
“Explore Prince Edward County, its rich local history, gorgeous scenery, and delicious food and drink, in this new guide to the gastronomic capital of Ontario.” --The Globe and Mail