Warmer weather, longer days and brighter spirits are all sure signs of spring here in Nova Scotia. Another sure sign of spring is the release of the annual Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide. Click here to learn more about getting your free copy.
Since I was a young boy, I have been plagued by an undiagnosed medical condition known as ridiculouspunitis. This is a rare condition characterized by the uncontrollable use of puns. Last week, upon pulling
I have a confession to make: I do not like the winter. I’ve tried. Despite giving snowboarding, speed skating, and polar bear dipping honest attempts, when the snow falls, I can’t help but daydream about
Are you ready for your big break? Nova Scotia Tourism is looking for talented individuals to talk about what you love most about Nova Scotia – your favourite hidden gems, excursions and events. This is
Have you got the winter blues? Well, embrace the power of blue and try some Nova Scotia wild blueberries! A delicious and versatile fruit, the wild blueberry has significant health benefits and is available to
Reprinted from Passable with permission. While perusing my twitter feed last week, I noticed a link to this New York Times article, which extolled the virtues of Nova Scotia’s own Van Dyk Wild Blueberry Juice.
Here at Acadian Maple Products we take food safety and quality assurance very seriously. To prove this we have invested a large amount of time and resources into an ongoing quality management program and have
Galloping Cows Fine Foods is headed to the Academy Awards in Los Angeles! Galloping Cows produces a variety of sauces and jellies and have been invited to set up a display in the stars “gifting
February 3-13, 2011 – Celebrate Nova Scotia’s internationally award-winning Icewines. Sample Icewine paired with local cuisine, learn how Icewine is made, try your hand at pruning or book a Winter Icewine Experience Getaway.
For the past several years, Fid Resto has hosted Monday Night Supper Clubs for groups, on, you guessed it, Monday nights when the Resto is closed to the public. But there’s been an increasing number