When you need a quick lunch please stop in to Reesor’s Market & Bakery and check which of our homemade soups are ready to go in our new soup urn. The $4.95 container might fill you up or you might want to add one of our sandwiches made daily in our deli, a wholesome salad or a coffee and muffin.
Our selection of outdoor greenery urns, festive cut flower arrangements and poinsettias adds freshness to your front yard and indoors. Try a new colour scheme for your tree with unique ornaments and remember to pick up beeswax candles for your table or for hostess gifts.
We still have limited sizes of fresh, local turkeys available for you to order. These turkeys are raised by the Fedemma family at Round the Bend Farm. Or you can order a freshly smoked ham prepared by Jo & John Meats. Come visit us or call 905-640-2270 to see what is still available.
Make your favourite bread stuffing using Reesor’s Pilgrim bread, mash up beautiful white Ontario potatoes, slice up sweet potatoes for a casserole, roast some Ontario squash, or make a fresh cabbage-slaw. Remember to pick up enough of our Ruby Red Cranberry Sauce for Christmas dinner and for turkey sandwiches on Boxing Day.
Choose from our already-assembled gift boxes filled with our most popular foods or create a one-of-a-kind gift box from anything at Reesor’s Market & Bakery and we will assemble the items for a lovely presentation. We ship too! See details here: Reesor’s Gift Boxes
Can’t decide what to put in a gift box? We offer gift certificates in any amount, so your family and friends can choose their own favourite foods.
Check our fresh entree fridge for heat and serve meals that change daily. Keep frozen soups, lasagne or butter chicken on hand, so your family can sit down together for a good meal and you’ll have renewed energy to go Christmas shopping after dinner!
After our farm market opens for the season in June the summer seems to go by so quickly! It seems like we just got the planting done, but now it’s harvest time. Our high school and university students have gone back to school and now fall is here. Even though summer is a lovely memory, fall brings us good things like fresh apples and pumpkin pies. Speaking of pumpkins, it looks like a good crop, especially of small and medium-sized pumpkins. Their size reflects the dry summer that we had.
We are still picking great sweet corn, tomatoes, green beans and sunflowers. So it is a busy season around here and it makes me grateful for the quality staff that we have, not just at the farm and farm market, but also at our kitchen and our town market. I hope that Fall 2015 is a wonderful time for you!
Follow the straw path through the field southeast of our farm market where you can explore our corn maze. It’s fun and challenging for all ages, so bring the whole family. Check out this year’s new design–we think it’s better than ever. We charge a small fee to enter the Corn Maze with proceeds in 2015 going to the Canadian Food Grains Bank. ($3/person or $10/family)
Ready-picked pumpkins are now available in our farm market and a little later on at Reesor’s in Stouffville.
Bring your camera for photos in the pumpkin patch and with our giant strawman. It’s free to enter our pick your own pumpkin patch which will open about Oct. 1.
After you make it through the corn maze you’ll walk beside rows of beans, beets and sunflowers where you can pick your own to take home. Prices are posted by the field or ask in the market.