lowed her to sample the top-selling maple oatmeal scone.
As an added bonus, Mrs. Graham’s nephews, Elijah and Cohen Williams, appeared in the segment dressed as Star Wars characters – Elijah as Luke Skywalker and Cohen as Yoda. It was after all, Star Wars Day (May the Fourth be with you.) Cohen/Yoda tried using the force to make a carrot float.
Also on hand was Mrs. Graham’s father, Fred De Benedetti, who has been known to bake raisin bread and bagels at the Quirky Carrot from time to time. Ms. Freemark asked him about his thoughts on the Quirky Carrot and he responded that he was proud of his daughter and is pleased to see the business thrive in such a small community.
KITCHEN INTERVIEW: CTV host Sarah Freemark, third from right, was at the Quirky Carrot Friday morning to film a segment for CTV Morning Live. Also shown are Quirky Carrot owner Julia Graham, her father Fred De Benedetti, and employee Heidi MacKay.