What’s Cooking at Home: May 13th-22nd
Welcome to our first “What’s Cooking at Home” blog! Similar to our original “What’s Cooking” blogs, we will be posting these once a week to provide updates on what our members are offering. These blogs will include a weekly recipe, along with a tip on how to continue to support local businesses.
Here’s a look at what’s cooking (at home) this week.
Hop Scotch at Home
Have a delicious dinner at home this weekend from Hop Scotch at Home a pop up restaurant operating out of Chives Canadian Bistro. Check out what they have on the menu this weekend and get your orders in!
Warmer weather is calling and Benjamin Bridge has the answer! Try their new Weekend Sipper Pack that features NV Rose, Nova 7 and Pet Nat with free shipping and delivery. What’s better than wine arriving on your doorstep?
Want to learn even more about wine? Join the Sparking Series, an elevated virtual and in-depth masterclass seminar covering six essential sparkling wines from the past, present and future of Benjamin Bridge.
Propeller Brewing Company
Looking for a new drink to try this weekend? Look no further! Propeller Brewing Company has just released an Earl Grey Ale, which can be found at all locations including their BRAND NEW location on Quinpool. Brewed with Earl Grey leaves, cookie and red malt, this drink gives you the ultimate “tea and biscuits” experience. Orders can be placed online for delivery, or you can visit them every day from noon to 8 p.m.
Jost Vineyards is now open for business! Their team has been working tirelessly to ensure visitors will have wide open spaces, safe amenities and easy shopping. The vineyard is now complete with stress-free traffic patterns and lots of physical distancing environments. They’re open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., seven days a week. Time to sit back, relax and enjoy your favorite glass of wine.
The Grand Banker
Starting May 21, Halifax’s multi award winning live music and food venue, The Carleton will be offering take out! Orders can be placed online by 3 p.m. on Tuesdays and pickup is between 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Fridays. Keep an eye on the menu as it will be changing weekly, giving the perfect opportunity to try out different locally sourced dishes!
Featured recipe: Nova Scotia Haddock Francese
We can all use a little inspiration when it comes to cooking so why not check out this week’s feature recipe. So many delicious foods are now coming into season now that the warmer weather is finally here! Try the Nova Scotia Haddock Francese from The Argyler Lodge & Restaurant that features lovely Nova Scotia Haddock and freshly grown local vegetables.
Pair your meal with our feature cocktail recipe this week: The Rhubarb Moscow Mule.
Tips for Supporting Local
If you’re planning on making a grocery order this week, check out our “Get Your Hands on Local, at Home” page and select your region. This will find restaurants, food and beverage producers and markets closest to you and what kind of services they’re offering, allowing you to purchase local food and drink at a distance!
For daily updates, keep an eye on our social media pages (@TasteofNS). Thank you for supporting local, and check back next week for more updates!