06 Feb
2014
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The Chapel of Baked Goods

During the Muskoka summers I often visit Abbey’s Bake House to worship the most awesome bacon maple infused butter-tarts known to mankind.  Abbey’s is a 19th century church brought in from Digby, Nova Scotia and repurposed as a seasonal bake house. I was walking across the ice on Lake Rosseau near Clevelands House recently when I dropped by for a pic.
Abbeys_600THis is a 19th century repurpised church converted into a bakery



In: in and around muskoka ontario, on the water

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  1. Eating a finely made butter tart is a religious experience. No wonder they’re sold in a church!

  2. ROD SUTHERLAND says:

    ANOTHER GREAT SHOT ED , BEAUTIFUL , YET SOMEWHAT ERRIE & SPOOKY.

  3. I know that everyone in Canada is pretty sick of the snow and cold, while we have been languishing on the golf course in Florida, however this picture reminds me of all the wonderful winters we had in Muskoka, enjoying exploration by snowmobile. We came across a lot of beautiful sights around the lakes, and enjoyed a crackling fire after being out in the snow all day. When it is cold and the snow is deep and white, it is a pretty magical place.

  4. Jane says:

    The Abbey bacon butter tarts are divine!!

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