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Jacob Fromer
08/23/2013 8:08am

There is a 3rd Garlic Festival happening September 22nd, 2013.

The hours are 9:00 am, to 5:00pm.

Children 12 and under get in free, otherwise, the price is $5.

It's happening at the evergreen brickworks.

The garlic festival includes:
· 25 garlic farmers, selling rare and heirloom garlic
· 25 chefs selling delicious hot and cold portions of their signature garlic dish
· Garlic-infused chocolate, fudge and brittle, and garlic ice cream, created by local chocolatiers
· Ontario craft beer and wine
· Free shots of fresh-pressed garlic at the garlic-shot station
· Specialty products from Ontario-based food producers, including fermented drinks and homemade sodas, garlic honey and black garlic
· 100+ Ontario-made condiments
· The Garlic Breath Contest, officiated by the Ontario Science Centre
· Interesting topics include, Garlic as an Aphrodisiac, 50 Tastes of Garlic, How to Grow Great Garlic and, Is Garlic Good for your Pet?
· Screening of the cult classic, “Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers”, (with garlic popcorn!) by filmmaker Les Blank
· Access to all festival events and activities is free with $5 admission. Garlic, food and beverages are for sale
· Free festival bus leaves every ten minutes during the festival from the parkette beside Broadview subway station

Products for sale: Garlic inspired food prepared by local chefs and fresh Ontario garlic for sale in many varieties and flavours. Plus pickled garlic scapes, garlic jelly, garlic dill pickles, garlic braids, garlic bulbils (for planting) garlic pesto, and several types of Ontario-made condiments.

What people are saying about the Toronto Garlic Festival:

“Local farmers, foodies and chefs came together earlier this fall celebrating all things garlic at Toronto’s second annual Garlic Festival. I went because I want to grow garlic next year and needed tips on the best growing practices. Mission accomplished, I have five different types to grow. Plus I got to sample some wonderful garlic-infused dishes that are sure to keep the vampires away.” Lucy Waverman, Globe and Mail. October 12, 2012

This festival was one that fitted me like a glove what with my long love affair with garlic. As this was a weekend to celebrate this flavorful bulb, all vendors went on garlicky overdrive. From this point on, this festival for my beloved garlic would surely be one of my traditions. Ann Gagno, Food Trippin’. October 14, 2012

“This was a great experience–a place for the whole family. Everywhere you looked there were opportunities to taste garlic, learn from presenters about its history or how to use it or how to plant it in your garden… It’s not to be missed.” Pat Anderson, Ontario Culinary Tourism Alliance


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