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.
With 44 stops across the province, the Nova Scotia Lobster Trail is the perfect reason to hit the road and eat this tasty, local, Nova Scotia staple.
With the official release of the 2018 Tidal Bay from wineries around the province, this year’s lineup is sure to be a hit with wine lovers everywhere.
Chef Chris Pyne of Founders House Dining & Drinks was the winner of the 2019 Taste of Nova Scotia Chowder Cook-Off.
Cookbook: Take one batch of historic recipes, add a handful of local chefs, mix well and serve up a modern version of our culinary history!
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For 8 days this month (January 21 to 29, 2017), we’re doing a special Nova Scotia Chowder Week. Make a chowder at home using local ingredients (with tips from our chefs) or taste different styles of chowder at restaurants across Nova Scotia.
Culinary adventures are waiting to be discovered! Nova Scotia is full of amazing culinary experiences waiting to be discovered. Each spring we release the newest issue of our Culinary Adventure Guide to make it easy
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
Celebrate the growth of craft distilling in Nova Scotia – get Spirited Away this October with Nova Scotia’s first ever Craft Spirits Festival: a weekend of dining, sampling, fun and learning. Shake it up with cocktail