It might be called ‘the stinking rose,’ but this plant is far from just a smelly sidekick.
Garlic is a household staple; it’s what gives food a delicious aroma, crave-ability, and bite.
And next month, The Toronto Garlic Festival celebrates this local harvest and all its goodness.
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The annual event has Ontario farmers and local chefs getting together to cook with garlic, and visitors can taste delicious garlic-themed dishes prepared by chefs and paired with Ontario wine and craft beer.
Admission is $5, while kids under 12 get in for free.
The festival includes live music, film screenings, talks and demos, free garlic shots, and the Garlic Breath Contest.
Where: Artscape Wychwood Barns – 601 Christie St
When: September 15 from 9 am to 5 pm