March marks the start of maple season in Nova Scotia and we have plenty of products, recipes, and activities for you to make the most of it!
Locally roasted coffee can be found in almost every grocery store and market in Nova Scotia, as well as online and in coffee shops around the province.
From being owned by local fishermen to having a local board of directors, general manager and employees — community is at the foundation of Victoria Co-operative Fisheries Ltd.
This month marks the fifth anniversary of Crystany’s Brasserie – a family owned, 100 per cent certified gluten-free restaurant in Canning, N.S.
The Biscuit Eater Café & Books, a Black-owned cafe and bookstore, is a celebration of life and community with locally-inspired food and BIPOC stories.
The next time you’re at the local farmers’ market or grocery store, keep your eyes peeled for these toast toppers. Your taste buds will thank you!
We recently spoke to the Restaurant 100 km in Cape Breton, to learn more about creating delicious, locally-inspired meals at home.
With 59 trail stops from Yarmouth to the tip of Cape Breton, there’s a bowl of Nova Scotia seafood chowder for everyone.
Taste of Nova Scotia restaurants are frying up some seriously delicious burgers for The Coast’s Burger Week from March 28 – April 3.
Shamrocks and shenanigans for all this St. Patrick’s Day! When you keep your celebrations local you’ll be Dublin over in laughter!