Nuts To Eat
We feature Ontario grown nuts and nut meats. We also import the finest Texas pecans for our customer enjoyment. For eating out-of-hand, roasting, candy making or baking, our nuts can't be beat. The fresh taste comes through. Buy them for yourself or as a gift for that special person. The following are available as long as supplies last. Please check the nut meats for shell fragments as you use them. We visually check them several times but occasional shell pieces may get through. Sorry American customers, due to FDA bioterrorism requirements, we do not send nuts to the US.
Please note: There is a base price for each province or territory for one pound of nuts. Additional pounds ordered have the price of shipping included in the cost, so the base price only will appear on the order for one or more than one pound ordered. There is no tax on nuts or meats. Also....Sorry, nuts cannot be combined with tree orders for logistical reasons.
Rich tasting, the native black walnut is hard to beat for robust flavor. Use it for fresh eating, in baking and candy. Using a pecan pie recipe, a black walnut pie is memorable. We take the work out of cracking and sorting these hard shelled nuts. Though we check several times before packaging, some shell fragments may escape us. Please check before using.
These are Persian walnut halves and large pieces. These fresh walnuts are perfect for eating or baking. Delicious tasting and high in Omega 3 and 6.
Our current orders are using local Niagara walnuts.
Our dried and peeled chestnuts are great after re-hydrating for cooking wherever fresh chestnut are used. A real convenience for the busy cook.
Sourced from an outstanding chestnut grower in Ohio.
The heartnut has a fine mellow walnut flavor without any bitterness. They break easily in two with a light hammer strike on the nut held on edge. Of course the Kenkel or the Duke walnut cracker will do the job easily.
Black walnut nut meats are a spicy treat quite different from other walnuts, but a great addition to salads, black walnut pie (sustitute for pecan) and baked goods.