Ontario Peach and Honey SemifreddoImpress guests at your next soirée with the refreshingly light taste of Ontario Peaches mixed with wildflower honey in this partially frozen cake.Savoury Ontario Plum SaladThis salad offers a new way to eat fresh plums. Married with the savoury flavours of arugula, beets and crumbly blue cheese, the plums offer a juicy sweetness to each bite. Enjoy as a light side dish with juicy steak or fish fillet.PLUM’ILICIOUS“Tree-ripened Ontario plums offer a refreshing and aromatic summer aperitif. Add a splash of sparkling wine or gingerale for a touch of flair.” – Chef Mark Picone, Vineland, ONCoconut Shrimp with Ontario Apricot Dipping SauceShrimp is breaded in coconut flakes and pan-fried. Served with a homemade apricot dipping sauce, made from fresh Ontario apricots, soy sauce and ginger. Sprinkled with sliced green onions for garnish.Ontario Apricot and Brie Stuffed French BaguetteA baguette is hollowed out and filled with Brie cheese, fresh sliced Ontario apricots and roasted garlic. The baguette is baked off and served sliced for a sweet and savory appetizer.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.