What’s Cooking: April 14-21
It’s the Easter long weekend! This week’s What’s Cooking is filled with Easter specials you can enjoy with your friends and family. Plus try out this week’s featured recipe – Maple Blueberry Pork Loin Roast. Perfect for an Easter meal.
Coldstream Clear just announced another fun seasonal flight – the Easter flight! It features Rockin’ Robbin, Petter Cottontail, Purple Rain and ‘Lil Peep. Available till April 19. You don’t want to miss it!
The Whiskey Teller
Need some Easter dinner plans? The Whiskey Teller has you covered! They are hosting an Easter Dinner on April 17 where you can enjoy quality time with your loved ones and let them do the cooking! For more information visit their website.
Garrison Brewing Company
Le Caveau Restaurant
Le Caveau Restaurant is back for the season! Opening on April 15, they are excited to welcome you back with dinner services Wednesday through Sunday beginning at 5 p.m.
To book your reservations visit their website.
Tatamagouche Ice Creamery
Get your ice cream fix just in time for Easter! Tatamagouche Ice Creamery will be opening its shop in Tatamagouche on April 16 from 1 p.m to 2 p.m. for pint sales. Plus, they will have their limited edition Easter flavours: Mini Egg White – Chocolate-Cheesecake, Carrot Cake and Easter Mint with Chocolate Cookie Fudge Ripple.
Get your Mother’s Day dinner reservations early! Founders House will be offering a four-course Mother’s Day Brunch and Dinner on May 8 to celebrate. For more information and details, visit their Facebook.
Featured Recipe: Maple Blueberry Pork Loin Roast
There’s something so comforting about a classic pork roast with some added sweetness. This pork loin rib roast combines notes of warm spice, with whole cloves, and Nova Scotia maple syrup mixed with blueberry juice for a sticky glaze. It’s the perfect addition to an Easter supper or any family feast!
Get local pork from Meadowbrook Meat Market, The Pork Shop, or the Masstown Butcher.
Get local blueberry juice from Van Dyk’s By Nature
Get local maple syrup from Acadian Maple Products or Sugar Moon Farm