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“Anyone can make you enjoy the first bite of a dish, but only a real chef can make you enjoy the last.” - Francois Minot

Regardless of the type of cuisine, the main dish should always be the plat de resistance, a soul-warming meal that will keep the bigger appetites circling for seconds. A well planned main course should be anticipated, and aim to satisfy and delight the diner. This is usually the heartiest or most filling dish of a meal, whether you are entertaining a crowd or making dinner for two.

 
Maple Sugar Ham
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Our local butcher, The Village Grocer makes the most amazing Maple Sugar Ham. It won the gold award in a ham making competition. It’s boneless and slow-roasted with maple syrup and brown sugar. Served with their famous Doreen’s Mustard Sauce, it makes a wonderful partnership.

Ham Sliders on Egg buns
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Our local butcher, The Village Grocer makes the most amazing Maple Sugar Ham. It won the gold award in a ham making competition. It’s boneless and slow-roasted with maple syrup and brown sugar. Served with their famous Doreen’s Mustard Sauce, it makes a wonderful partnership, especially if sitting between a gorgeous egg bun.

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Maple Sugar Ham

Maple Sugar Ham

Our local butcher, The Village Grocer makes the most amazing Maple Sugar Ham. It won the gold award in a ham making competition. It’s boneless and slow-roasted with maple syrup and brown sugar. Served with their famous Doreen’s Mustard Sauce, it makes a wonderful partnership.

Ham Sliders on Egg buns

Ham Sliders on Egg buns

Our local butcher, The Village Grocer makes the most amazing Maple Sugar Ham. It won the gold award in a ham making competition. It’s boneless and slow-roasted with maple syrup and brown sugar. Served with their famous Doreen’s Mustard Sauce, it makes a wonderful partnership, especially if sitting between a gorgeous egg bun.

Tuscan Sausage and Fennel Lasagne

Tuscan Sausage and Fennel Lasagne

Lasagne is a dish that is eaten throughout Italy but the fennel in this version gives it a distinctive Tuscan flavor.