Growing up, I always had a field trip to Evergreen Brickworks, to learn about the eco-friendly and sustainable initiatives. I’ve only been to the main buildings and never got a chance to venture further into the Don Valley Brick Works Park or the Belt Line Trail.
I finally got the chance to do so, this past Sunday and made my mom come with me. I didn’t realize that I’m not much of a walker, after an hour I was quite tired. I was secretly waiting for the market to open so I could get a bite to eat.
There were many vendors, mainly food vendors but there were clothing, jams & honey, fresh produce, maple syrup and even children’s books.
I literally wanted everything from quesadillas to passion fruit juice. There were so many food choices to choose from.
Mom and I settled for a tomato and zucchini tapioca crepe. We were surprised by how the dried tapioca powder cooked on the skillet and turned into solid without adding water. It was lovely and fresh. And the tapioca crepe was light and not leaving my stomache heavy.
I would totally recommend exploring Evergreen brickworks and the Sunday market. Check out the website here.