The Holiday Collective, Celebrating Original Art and Handmade Design, Dec. 2 to Dec. 6 at Artscape Youngplace

Thursday, November 22, 2012

Food Lovers

We are big food lovers here at The Collective show.  This year we've gone right to the source, to Marvellous Edibles Farm, for our preserves.  If the name Marvellous Edibles sounds familiar it's because for years the husband and wife duo had a popular bistro with the same name here in the heart of the city.  Now they run an organic farm in the lush Niagara escarpment.

A selection of pottery by Lynn Heath

You can combine the preserves with pottery made by Lynn Heath and Annette Hansen - bowls, mugs or pitchers.  The show also features wooden bowls carved from fruit trees.

Fresh bread at St. John's Bakery

There are some special aprons at the show.  They are from the St. John's Bakery and all of the proceeds from their sale will go to support the St. John's Mission and the bakery, which makes some of the best artisanal bread in the city.

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