Farm Life Fridays: Your Best Thanksgiving Dinner

Today is the last day of September – I can’t believe we’re already rolling into October!  With Thanksgiving just over a week away, I know some of us are feeling the pressure of preparing a big meal or hosting friends and family next weekend. It may feel like there’s too much to do, but I’ve got the perfect recipe to cut down on stress as you prepare for the holiday:

1. Visit Forsythe Family Farms 2009 Inc. Farm Marketcolours-in-the-market-1

2. Enjoy your Holiday

3. Repeat.

From turkey, to veggies, dessert, and even decorations, Forsythe Family Farms 2009 Inc will help make your Thanksgiving dinner the best one yet!

The main event of Thanksgiving dinner is of course, the turkey! Let Forsythe Family Farms 2009 Inc help you out: order your free range, grain-fed turkey today. Farmer Forsythe takes care to know that their naturally raised meats aren’t full of antibiotics or chemicals and are ethically raised.  Call now to order your turkey: 905-985-6749

When you call, be sure to special order a pie! This way you know that exactly what you want is waiting for you, and sweet-potatoes-1you don’t have to take any risks of them being sold out of your favourite kind.

The farm market has all the other fresh produce you’ll want for a wonderful and filling Thanksgiving meal. Sweet potatoes are available in the market, a variety of squash, beets, onions, green beans, and so much more.

Even your fall decorations will be complete as the market now has fall mums in stock. A variety of colours are available to add that perfect touch to your centerpiece, flower arrangement, or to give as a wonderful gift.

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Pumpkin pie is primarily a North American treat, and it has quite a history. It shows up in cookbooks that date back to 1670’s “Gentlewoman’s Companion” which included dragonfly-1alternating layers of pumpkin and apple, and a 1653 cookbook that instructed chefs to boil the pumpkin in milk and strain it before putting it in a crust. Sometimes even a crust was unnecessary as an early New England recipe said to fill a hollowed-out pumpkin with sweetened, spiced milk and cook it directly in a fire!

Whether you choose to purchase a pie this season, or make your own, the farm market has you covered: fresh baked pies are available in store, and pumpkins galore are available for purchase!


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Thanksgiving Weekend is the beginning of Harvest Festival at the farm!  Enjoy the 2 acre corn maze, visiting the animals, and other special events in October such as a Royal Tea Party, and Cider Pressing!

OPEN daily in October: Weekdays 9:30 am till 5:30 pm
Festival Weekends 9:30 am till 5:30 pm
Admission to our Farm’ n ’Fun area closes at 4:30

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