Ontario Apricot, Almond and Ginger Monkey BreadFlaky dough pieces are coated in ground almond and candied ginger, then mixed in with diced Ontario apricots and baked off in a Bundt cake pan. This dish is finished off with an apricot glaze and served to guests as a cake that they can pull apart.Pear GaletteMade with store-bought pastry, this free-form pear tart takes only a few minutes to prepare but is an easy and elegant dessert for entertaining family and friends. Serve with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream flavoured with a splash of dark rum.Ontario Pear Prosciutto Grilled PizzaGrilling is not just for meats and veggies – it’s for pizza too! So, when the weather is inviting, take the pizza making outdoors. Kids will love the novelty of cooking al fresco, so get them involved in the preparation as well.Ontario Peach Fusion SaladThis refreshing and light salad is a definite crowd pleaser. Seasonal Ontario peaches combine beautifully with grilled shrimp, avocado, mango and a tangy Asian-inspired vinaigrette for a perfect main or side dish on a hot summer’s evening!Ontario Pear, Blue Cheese and Candied Pecan SaladOntario Bartlett Pear is grated and tossed in lemon juice, accompanied by blue cheese and candied pecans over arugula. Served in four small bowls or in a fresh hollowed out pear, and drizzled with citrus vinaigrette.Mango Cherry Avocado SaladRecipe compliments of choosecherries.comSweet Black Cherry and Orange SmoothieGrilled Ontario Peach Breakfast ParfaitOntario peach slices are grilled and layered with honey whipped yogurt and ginger oat granola. Served in mason jars.Red Tart Cherry CheesecakeAlways impressive to serve, all you have to do is assemble this simple dessert and relax as the compliments pour in!Layered Ontario Peach And Chicken Ciabatta LoafAdding peaches to a sandwich creates a sweet, moist and fat-free layer. In place of layering, mix the ingredients for a salad-style filling. Ciabatta is an Italian bread with a soft interior and a crisp, thin crust; its name means “slipper” in Italian, referring to the loaf’s shape.