Taste of Nova Scotia is made up of over 185 diverse culinary businesses throughout our province. This short video provides a glimpse into the passionate people, places and delicious products that make Nova Scotia such a special place.
Learn what makes Agricola Street Brasserie an award winning Halifax restaurant where neighbours can enjoy seasonal cooking with robust dishes, and slow–cooked food in a warm setting.
The Purdy family came to Malagash in 1783 and have been involved in the shellfish industry for generations. As the oldest oyster farm in Canada, they believe in the sustainable production of shellfish using traditional and modern methods that protect the ecology of the area.
Burntcoat Head, Nova Scotia, is one of the most dramatic stretches of seacoast in the entire province. Located on the Bay of Fundy, it’s home to the highest recorded tides in the world – with
Taste of Nova Scotia is made up of over 180 diverse culinary businesses throughout our province. This video provides a glimpse into the passionate people that make Nova Scotia such a special place. For Taste
This weekend the talented Martin Ruiz-Salvador (chef and owner of Fleur de Sel and Salt Shaker Deli in Lunenburg) will be competing alongside some of Canada’s top chefs at the Canadian Culinary Championships in Kelowna,
Hidden amongst the woodlands and blueberry fields of Denver, Guysborough County, Cornect Family Farm proudly produces the finest artisan honey from wildflowers and blueberry blossoms of the surrounding areas. They began beekeeping 19 years ago
Ever wonder how to properly (and safely) uncork and pour sparkling wine? In this video Nova Scotia Community College instructor, sommelier and Nova Scotia wine enthusiast, Amy Savoury, walks you through the process.
Do you ever find yourself overwhelmed with all of the amazing wine choices out there? If so, we asked four Nova Scotia winemakers share their favourite wine picks of the season.
Ever wonder how a busy restaurant owner and chef enjoys the holidays? Kim Stacey, chef and proprietor of Emma’s Eatery in Eastern Passage, answers some of our questions about her holiday traditions.