This Easter, follow our recipe round up of a few seasonal recipes to ensure your dinner has a fresh and local spread!
Find out what’s available seasonally and year-round in Nova Scotia to make it easier to Get Your Hands on Local the next time you head to the store.
When building your children’s Easter baskets this year, consider filling them with local Easter treats.
Taste of Nova Scotia is made up of over 200 members who, in the midst of safety measures surrounding COVID-19, need your help more than ever.
From St. Patrick’s Day activities to snowshoeing through the vines and a tea party – you’ll find events in every corner of the province this week.
This week, try new brews, bake croissants, do yoga and indulge at brunch. With so many Taste member events what will you pick?
The end of February is approaching quickly! Enjoy the last few days of the Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl and Savour Food & Wine Festival this week.
Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture and Taste of Nova Scotia launch buy local program that makes it easier for consumers to identify local products where they shop.
From our land. From our sea. From our hands. There are so many ways to Get Your Hands on Local!
Get out and enjoy the winter wonderland this week with events across Nova Scotia including the Savour Food & Wine Festival and the Icewine Festival.