Take your hot chocolate game to the next level with these unique, flavourful and local hot chocolates.
Shucking can appear somewhat intimidating, but learning how to shuck an oyster like a pro may not be as hard as you think.
We all know the best chowder is made with Nova Scotia seafood. Add in local milk, local vegetables and pair it with a Nova Scotia wine or beer and you have a perfect chowder experience. If
It’s a busy time of year and everyone has different ways of relieving stress during the holiday season. Cooking is one of many creative avenues that can provide therapeutic effects and help to reduce stress. So is eating hearty,
Lunch breaks are much more enticing when something tasty awaits in your lunch bag. There are tons of local goodies that students of all ages will feel good about bringing to school. Prepare something that suits the day, mood or occasion: For a
Summer is finally here and it’s time to fire up that grill and impress family and friends with your mad barbecue skills. We’ve got some great tips from our local chefs to make you look like a pro!
Taste of Nova Scotia teamed up with Chef Larry Bergeron of the Nova Scotia Community College, Akerley Campus, for 8 easy tips to take the stress out of baking – just in time for Thanksgiving
Chef Jean-Luc Doridam of the NSCC Akerley campus shares some of his tips for cooking with Nova Scotia apples. NSCC Baking Tip #1: Variety is the Spice of Life For the perfect apple pie, use a combination
It’s time to send the kids back to school with snacks in tow, so make sure their lunch bag is full of local goodies. It’s the perfect way to ensure what your feeding your child
We would never suggest that Dad doesn’t know his way around the grill…but this BBQ season, teach an old dog some new tricks with these tips from our producers and chefs: 1. Temperature One of