Your Guide to Eat, Drink and Explore Nova Scotia
Posts by Christine White
For 8 days this month (January 21 to 29, 2017), we’re doing a special Nova Scotia Chowder Week. Make a chowder at home using local ingredients (with tips from our chefs) or taste different styles of chowder at restaurants across Nova Scotia.
It’s a Nova Scotia kitchen party at the Delta Halifax on January 27th featuring aquaculture products, award-winning Nova Scotia wines, beer, cider and spirits. Oysters + Wine = The perfect party!
For Immediate Release Halifax, September 21, 2016: The Taste of Nova Scotia Board of Directors is pleased to announce the appointment of Emily Haynes as the association’s new executive director. Haynes takes on the role officially
How will you spend your last long weekend of summer? Warning: Blueberries, oysters and wine dominate what’s cooking in Nova Scotia this week… September 1 to 11: Atlantic Fringe Festival This years’ Fringe Festival has over 55
Nova Scotia Seafood Trail: Take your Appetite on an Adventure For Immediate Release Halifax, August 3, 2016: The tide is hitting the table with the launch of the Nova Scotia Seafood Trail. Nova Scotia’s second culinary
For Immediate Release Halifax, July 21, 2016: Three Nova Scotian wines received the Lieutenant Governor’s Award for Excellence in Nova Scotia Wines at a ceremony at Government House, Thursday, July 21. The award, established by
For Immediate Release FOOD DAY CANADA CELEBRATES CANADA’S 149TH YEAR WITH 149 WAYS TO SHOP LIKE A CANADIAN Truly Canadian Grocery List Available for Free at FoodDayCanada.ca Guelph, ON, July 18 2016—On Saturday July 30, 2016,
Sunday, July 3: Celebrate history and experience the Good Cheer Trail at Port-Royal National Historic Site For Immediate Release JUNE 30, 2016 – Halifax, NOVA SCOTIA On July 4, 1941, the residents of Annapolis Royal and
For Immediate Release JUNE 18, 2016 – GUYSBOROUGH, NOVA SCOTIA Authentic Seacoast Company celebrated the Grand Opening of their new state-of-the-art distillery and brewery today with family and friends from the local community, across Canada,