Mark your calendar! Food Day Canada is taking place on August 1, and here in Nova Scotia we have plenty to celebrate.
Taking place over 4 consecutive weekends, starting June 27th and concluding July 19th, sip, savour, shop, and stroll during Re-Open City.
Taste of Nova Scotia is joining partners across the province to launch a collaborative social media initiative called Dine & Stay Home.
Looking for a winter culinary adventure? The Nova Scotia Icewine Festival is the premier winter wine festival hosted at Lightfoot & Wolfville Winery.
Celebrating its 17th year, Savour Food & Wine Festival brings together Nova Scotia’s talented mixologists, brewers, winemakers, and phenomenal chefs.
Crawl a’Board the third annual Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl. This February, experience lobster inspired events, menus and more along the South Shore.
January is almost over. Did you stick to your goals? If being more locally conscious was one, keep reading for more opportunities to support local this week.
This week, take in a Cape Breton Ceilidh, wine and yoga, or a Robbie Burns dinner. Then on the weekend, learn how to make sourdough bread from scratch.
CAUTION: reading this will make you hungry! This week, stop by NSCC for lunch, get your hands on fresh seafood and enjoy a good luck brunch.
From Nova Scotia’s South Shore to Cape Breton there are no shortage of culinary adventures to be had this week. Keep reading to find out what’s cooking.