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A Food Truck In Paradise

Sully’s Muskoka brings Baja-style street food to cottage country.

There's something irresistable about a food truck in paradise. Hawaii. Baja. Tofino. The boho shores of Belize or Costa Rica. Fish tacos and juicy burgers served in a basket with fries, a warm breeze sifting through the leaves, the lap of waves sounding in the distance... it's vacation perfection. Now it's doable in Muskoka. "There's something irresistable ...

Delicious

A Foodie, Frothy Read
Book Cover for Delicious

Famed food restaurant reviewer, author and TV personality Ruth Reichl’s first novel is as light as gossamer spun sugar – perfect for dockside reading. Ruth Reichl’s first novel is as light as gossamer spun sugar. Using New York’s fine foods scene and publishing world as an appetizing backdrop, Reichl serves up a modern and decades-old ...

Lovelies in the Wild

Wild Leeks Enjoy a Moment in Muskoka

Provence has its truffles, Muskoka has its wild leeks. This greeny, leafy forest edible can be foraged from Muskoka woods—a region at the northern-most range of its Ontario growing area. Each spring, just as the snow is melting and the leaves are popping, Muskoka’s wild leeks come in season. Known commonly as ramps, wood leeks, ...

For The Cottage Cook

Two Classic Canadian Cookbooks for Weekends at the Cottage

MuskokaStyle means easy, fresh and flavourful entertaining — and these two Canadian classic cookbooks are made for weekends at the cottage. Oh She Glows By Angela Liddon New York Times best-selling author and creator of the wildly popular OhSheGlows.com and cookbook, Angela Liddon, shares a steady stream of inspiring healthy recipes and tips online and ...

Locavore Muskoka: Fiddlehead Soup

A Fiddlehead Recipe for Farmers Market Lovers & Muskoka Foodies

It is known as the locavore movement — an effort to eat what's harvested locally. In Muskoka's case, that may mean cooking with ingredients picked direct from the garden in your backyard, or chosen from among the goodness presented by our local farmers at weekly outdoor markets. "If it grows together, it goes together." — Robin Little This ...

Hey Kids, Want S’more?

Where Did a Name Like S’More Come From?

Every Muskoka kid knows what's in a S'More -- chocolate, marshmallow, and crispy honey graham crackers. But do you know where a S'More's strange name comes from? MuskokaStyle went to the source: Hershey's chocolate company, where they make -- and eat -- a lot of S'Mores. Hershey's says: "The first printed S’mores recipe appeared in 1927 in the ...

Muskoka’s Bacon Buttertarts

Need We Say More?

Yes, Canada is a bacon nation. It’s a buttertart nation, too, and Muskoka is no exception. When chefs combine the two into one delectable dessert — a bacon buttertart — you’ll hear us singin’ across the lakes: O’Canada. MuskokaStyle came across this little bit of bacon lovely (pictured) in a Gravenhurst bakery titled, simply: The ...