Check out Chatelaine’s Top ten food trends for 2013 and Dooher’s in Campbellford, Ontario. The Campbellford bakery is a must – stop on a Northumberland County road trip. Eileen Lum, the county tourism director, first introduced us to this favourite Northumberland haunt which has been serving customers in the county since 1955. Campbellford is about one and half hours northeast of Toronto and Dooher’s is at 51 Bridge Street East, a half a block east of the bridge which crosses the Trent Severn Waterway.
I tried their sour cream glazed. It was the real “McCoy” along the lines of what my New Brunswick granny used to make. Eileen swears by the chocolate glazed so, she had one of those and Glenn opted for a Dooher’s muffin. Everything’s baked on the premises here- donuts, pastries, and breads. Dooher’s website talks more about this family-run business and how all their products are made from scratch using their own recipes. Here at RoadStories.ca, we’re always looking for new places to visit. Got a favourite doughnut joint of your own, CANADA? Tell us about it in the comments below. If we’re lucky enough to take a road trip through your part of the country, we’ll be sure to check it out.