What’s Cooking: August 26 – September 2
This week has so much to offer from new releases to exciting events and cooking classes. Keep reading this week’s What’s Cooking to find out more!
The Biscuit Eater Café & Books
The Biscuit Eater Café & Books has just released a special edition digital cookbook! The recipes included in this cookbook are a celebration of the Biscuit Eater and the years of memories made in their garden and kitchen. Visit their website to order your copy of this digital cookbook.
Masstown Market is hosting Thursday Night Kitchen Parties! Drop by their Catch of the Bay Fish & Chip Boat between 6:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. for the last one of the summer! This event with live entertainment is something you don’t want to miss. While you’re there make sure to stop into the Masstown Butcher and the Masstown Creamery for great local products.
Benjamin Bridge has just released their Late Summer Rosé pack. This 3-pack features their 202 Cabernet Franc Rosé, their collaboration Glooscap First Nation Rosé and their newest Pet Nat Rosé. It’s a light and refreshing trio that is available online and in their wine shop. Order yours on their website.
The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery
The Flying Apron Inn & Cookery has a weekend packed full of culinary experiences. On August 27 at 6:30 p.m. they’re hosting a Blueberry Bash Hands On Cooking Class and Culinary Getaway Package. On August 28 at 6:30 p.m. they’re hosting a Tomato Lovers Demonstration Cooking Class and Culinary Getaway Package. Each package includes two cooking class registrations, a meal, accommodations and a fresh hot breakfast. Contact them for more information and to book your spot.
Featured Recipe: Nova Scotia Blueberry Pie
There are so many delicious blueberry pie recipes. This one from Chanterelle Country Inn & Cottages is unique because only one of four cups of blueberries are cooked. Try it out this Nova Scotia blueberry season.
Fresh produce can be purchased at Noggins Corner Farm Market, Stirling Fruit Farms, Masstown Market or one of the many other Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia.