Pull up a Chair and Join the Conversation.

How often as a consumer have you wanted to talk to a farmer? Wanted to ask your questions and feel as though you were listened to? Have you expressed your concerns to a farmer or grocery store regarding the food you are eating and feeding your family?

With the majority of our population residing in urban locations interacting with a farmer can be difficult. Information can empower you to talk control of your food and at CK Table we hope to empower you so you can make informed decisions. Learn more

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Distilling – A New Craft Opportunity Awaits

Distilling – A New Craft Opportunity Awaits

Every day more and more consumers seem to be pushing for locally sourced products in the marketplace. One area that is just beginning in Ontario is the craft or artisanal spirit industry. It offers an opportunity to buy regionally grown grains like corn, wheat, and...

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A Pear that offers Terrior

A Pear that offers Terrior

A few weeks ago CK Table had the privilege to work on a regional collaboration focusing on an old heritage fruit called the Jesuit Pear. Showcasing terrior for a narrowly defined regional. This pear has a long and storied history within an area of a few hundred...

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Winner 2014 Ontario Culinary Tourism Event of the Year

The winner of the Ontario Culinary Tourism Event of the Year award is The CK Table. Each year in the early Autumn in Chatham-Kent, local farmers come together with chefs and food lovers to put on The CK Table. Held on a different farm each year, the event showcases the rich produce of the area and the pride of place held by its chefs, artisans and farmers. Diners get the chance to mingle with the people who grew their food while indulging in VQA wines and craft beers. They’re sent home with a greater understanding of where their food comes from and what it means to be part of the growing food culture in Ontario. Learn More

CK Table Awarded the Ontario Culinary Tourism Event of the Year 2014