Robert Kenner, producer and director of the hit documentary Food, Inc., is the keynote speaker for Local Food, Global Perspectives – an Atlantic Canada Lobster Dinner during the World Culinary Tourism Summit on September 20, 2010. And you are invited to attend.
The Nova Scotia Fall Wine Festival is just around the corner and there are some great ways to enjoy the festival and stretch the summer fun even longer! The Perfect Pairings Progressive Dinner and Nova
On Sunday, August 22 from 10 am to 3 pm, come out to the Dartmouth Incredible Picnic at Alderney Landing for all kinds of great food. Local food will be available from numerous vendors, including
Guest Post by White Point Beach Resort White Point is known for it’s magnificent white sand beach, the bunnies and yes, the food prepared by Executive Chef Alan Crosby and his team and served up
September 16 to October 17, 2010 L’Acadie Blanc, Lucie Kuhlmann, Baco Noir and many more Nova Scotia wines are ready to tempt your tastebuds at the fifth annual Nova Scotia Fall Wine Festival. To complement
Muir Murray Estate Winery & Noggins Corner Farm Over 40 vendors have signed up for two Incredible Picnics taking place this weekend in the Annapolis Valley. Exhibitors include Taste members: The Port Pub, Tideview Cider,
This year Taste members Fid Resto, Scanway Catering, Brussels Restaurant & Brasserie as well as Saege Bistro will be at the Seaport BeerFest serving delicious local food to pair with the over 150 international beers
PLEDGE Do you and your friends have what it takes to join the Eat Atlantic Challenge? Help strengthen our region’s food system by challenging others to join you in eating only Atlantic foods on Thursday,
Jurg Stutz, the winemaker at Domaine de Grand Pre, was featured on /A Morning this morning. He talks about three Grand Pre products – Stutz apple cider, L’Acadie Blanc and their Icewine with Angie Poirier.
A true celebration of all things brewed, the fourth annual Halifax Seaport BeerFest will feature over 150 beers and ciders from the Maritimes and around the world. Held at the historic Halifax Seaport on August