If you love the seasonal fruits and vegetables, you have to visit The Trails End Farmers Market in London, Ontario. I've been going there for years, and every year, I look forward to this time of year. Juicy tomatoes, crunchy cucumbers, sweet sweet corn, delicious apples, fresh soft squishy breads and buns ( 3 bags for $5 ), steaks as this as your hand, pepperettes, thick sliced lunch meats, kabobs and ribs...oh, the ribs. But, it's the deals that keep me going! Where else can you get an entire flat of tomatoes for $5!! Or a pail full of peppers for $10! If you do any canning or pickling, this is the place to go!
This was one of my recent hauls at The Trails End Farmers Market in London, Ontario. Green onions for a quarter, Strawberries for a buck, Pineapple for 2 bucks, and everything you see above was under $20!! 10 pounds of porkchops for $20, the best feta cheese I've ever eaten for 6 bucks, a nice chunk of 7 year old cheddar for 6 bucks. You just can't get food this fresh, and this cheap, at any grocery store in town. Believe me, I've price shopped, and nothing beats Trails End Farmers Market in London, Ontario. And if you're looking for frozen foods, there's an entire section just for you.
They also have great food to eat both inside and out. Hotdogs, sausages, fries, noodles and spring rolls, burgers, pizza, pastries and much more. There is a place to buy animal food, shoes and boots, plants, and odd's'n'ends are throughout the market. And, if you're looking for some high quality Mennonite furniture, look no further than The Trails End Farmers Market in London, Ontario.
If you're looking for a tour guide, or want to learn the fine art of 'haggling', I'm there every Saturday with my family. Drop me an email at the link provided, and don't forget to click the link below to follow me on Twitter ;^)"