Do you have the luck of the Irish? Every year bars colour beer green and make themed drinks while we bake. It’s a fun way to chase away the mid-March blues. Irish coffee is one of my favourite drinks regardless of the time of year. It’s warming, fun to drink and has many different versions. Of course you need to start with the best coffee. EcoCafe in St. Jacobs have been roasting coffee for Never Enough Thyme for many years.
Did you hear the news? Never Enough Thyme has taken up residence in the Northfield Racquet Club in Waterloo. It’s been a busy exciting few weeks getting ready to join another team. We are excited to have made this move and our hosts have been welcoming us and sharing a passion for our healthy tasty food. We have increased our team to fit the needs of the shop and the club. We have many Elmira residents at the club, so it feels very much like home!
Can you feel the love? We can. This Valentine’s Day, we are cooking up a storm – food is certainly a big part of cupid’s big day. We’ve been busy making truffles and decorating lots of sugar cookies. I do enjoy the sharing of Valentines and the chance to do something a little more special than the norm. One gentleman is taking our menu to the LCBO to match the dinner entrée with the wine. I was so impressed – that’s so thoughtful, like ordering dinner wasn’t enough.
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Selecting a term
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