At The Belworth House, we care about what you eat. We have a responsibility to our guests to not only provide them with great tasting food but also help educate them through taste. The Belworth House ingredients are sourced through local farmers, producers and purveyors. Organic products are used as much as they are available and if the products are not from Norfolk, then they are Ontario and then they are at the least Canadian. Products that aren’t Canadian are used on occasion and they are considered to be the best in the world in season and part of Slow Food.
The starting point for any dish at The BWH is our total commitment to quality in all of its forms, from how we source ingredients, to our recipes and, finally, to the way it’s prepared. We use only the freshest and finest ingredients, with special emphasis on local artisans, suppliers, and farmers whom share our passion for world-class, sustainable products.
About Chef Tracy...
A graduate of George Brown College, and has trained locally and abroad, learning and molding to put her signature on the culinary world. Tracy began her culinary life in her hometown Waterford, not a stove….but in the fields working on local farms, and tending to livestock. Raised by farm-born parents, she had the privilege of learning the importance of the land, and what the land gave you. It is her passion for the local ingredients, strong community involvement and unique culinary style that have earned her critical acclaim, and elevated The Belworth Houses’ repute to a serious and exciting dining destination. Every evening you can find her at the stove, creating her dishes, with the utmost love and passion. She has embraced the local movement and is committed to a philosophy of serving ingredients that are carefully sourced with pride in the fact that they are local, healthy, and sustainable.
As part of her commitment to the local food community she participates in several annual fund raisers and community events, including Feast of Fields, Toronto Green Living Show, Royal Winter Fair, Norfolk County Fair & Horseshow, Terroir, OCTA, Savour Ontario chair of Culinary Tourism in Norfolk County, Lynwood Art Center Soup Art, Crime Stoppers, Glenhryst Art Gallery, and recently part of Lora Kirk’s team for 2010 Gold Medal Plates. She has participated in Web Episodes “Gourmet Farmer” a Jason Persall’s creation to showcase the farmer, and her ‘At the Farm Gate’ Local Food Movement Dinner Series which she showcases our local farmers in unique setting throughout Norfolk County.
We create a culinary journey with our clients, with the end result a reflection of them through food.