Snowmageddon is over (hopefully!) and you’re probably in hibernation mode – but with so many exciting events happening this week, it’s time to wake up!
Hello Valentine – love is in the air! We’ve compiled a list of great local gifts that are sure to make their heart beat a little faster.
Valentine’s Day is only one week away, and there’s no shortage of romantic meals and sweet events happening in Nova Scotia!
Taste of Nova Scotia chef, Mark Gray, is representing Nova Scotia this weekend at the Canadian Culinary Championships in Kelowna, British Columbia.
Top 10 Local Valentine’s Gift Ideas.
Can you feel it in the air? The season of love is upon us and the count down to Valentine’s Day has begun!
It’s the month of romance and chilly winter days. Wondering what we enjoy most this time of year? Indulge in decadent chocolates, sparkling wine or a culinary yoga retreat.
How will you spend this weekend? We’ll give you a hint – it’s should be full of savoury meals, sweet treats and delicious seafood!
Jean-Pierre Gallois and Yseult Bertic have been transforming chocolate into works of art at Gourmandises Avenue Chocolaterie for more than a decade.
It might be cold outside…but we’ve got lots of activities and food to warm you up! Stop by must-visit cafes or enjoy delectable Prix Fixe menus. Pop in for a coffee or stay overnight by the seaside – everything from simple and relaxing to weekend getaways and fine dining meals.
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.