Good cheese hunting: Day 4, still in Eastern Ontario

First poutine of the trip—and an outstanding example of layered cheese curds, fries and gravy—at Nancy's Kitchen, a chip truck in Limoges, Ontario.

First cheeseburger of the trip, and a good one at that, at Nancy's Kitchen in Limoges.

Two plastic forks and one paper plate—Yes, we're still locked out of the trunk—help us devour an excellent white chocolate lemon cheesecake from Lock 17 Bistro at Burritts Rapids.

4 Responses

  1. We may have to ask you to puh-leese cease and desist from these mouth-watering descriptions of delectable cheese-realted goodies and culinary delights that you are finding and consuming along the way! It all sounds far too good! Do you jog beside the car to work off all the wodners you are savouring?
    Keep enjoying this wonderful adventure! Sounds beyond marvy! Cheersing from Jerseyland-source of the best milk for quality cheese-making!

    • Thanks for the comments, Russell. You’re right, we should be jogging beside the car but the best we can do is try find a gym each morning. Here, in Montreal this week, we’ll also walk a lot, thankfully.

  2. I’m surprised you didn’t stop into Wilton’s Cheese factory in Ontario.

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