Lynn takes us for classic cuisine from the restaurant that helped put Guelph on the culinary map, and a new hotspot that blends East and West.
Lynn is looking for simple foods that feed the soul – buttery baked goods and lovingly cured meats.
Lynn returns to her old old University where campus cuisine
gets top marks.
Lynn is tasting utterly authentic and delicious Thai food and meeting a woman who brought Eritrean food to Guelph.
Lynn bring us to a farmers’ market that is over 190 years old and helped shape Guelp into the city it is today.
Lynn visits neighbourhood landmarks: the Wooly Pub and a restaurant who's name literally means "let's eat" in Ojibway.