Make 2021 a year to remember with this Nova Scotia Culinary Bucket List – a list of must-try meals, extraordinary culinary experiences, and fun challenges.
While many of us are ready to leave 2020 in the past, we want to take a moment to celebrate the achievements made by Nova Scotia’s culinary industry.
Purchasing a Nourish Your Roots food box and supporting healthy eating initiatives is easier than ever before with their new online store!
Follow along for the 411 on lunch ideas, portable snacks, and quick dinner recipes to add a little bit of local to your back to school plans.
Nova Scotia is home to a signature wine that’s unlike any other: Tidal Bay. Keep reading for a closer look at the 2019 selection.
If it looks like you’ll be spending more time in the garden this spring, follow along with Cole Harbour Heritage Farm and Rose & Kettle Tea Room’s tips!
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.