What’s Cooking: February 17-24
What’s more exciting than new releases after a long chilly week? This week’s What’s Cooking is all about new products, updates and supporting the community. Keep reading to see what’s new in the province!
Chill Street Craft Beverage Co.
Chill Street has launched three new flavours of their craft cocktails: Pomegranate Moscow Mule, Blueberry Mojito and Storm’s Brewin. To get your hands on these amazing new flavours on their website or visit their new Cider Station located at Noggins on Coburg!
February is African Heritage Month, and to honour this, Delectable Desserts will be donating all profits from the sales of their Up Home layer cakes to local initiatives working to enhance Black Future in the community. Order yours today on their website.
Founders House Dining & Drinks
2022 Canadian Artisan Spirit Competition
Results from the 2022 Canadian Artisan Spirits Competition are in and several Nova Scotia distilleries brought home a large number of medals. Raging Crow Distillery received a total of six medals, including a gold for their Spruce Tip Gin. Compass Distillers received a total of eight medals, including a gold for their Gin Royal. Ironworks Distillery received a total of four medals, including two golds for their Vodka and their Heart Iron Whisky. For more details on the competition visit Artisan Distillers Canada.
Java Blend Coffee Roasters
Java Blend is celebrating African Heritage Month with their Community Cups in support of the Delmore “Buddy” Daye Learning Institue. UBUNTU is now available online and at the café. They will be donating $1 from every bag purchased as well as the total sales of drip coffee from their Community Cups Day on February 20!
Raging Crow Distillery
You can now enjoy a quality cocktail without the alcohol! Raging Crow Distillery just launched their “Zero Gin” – a zero-alcohol, zero-calorie gin! Get your hands on their new product by visiting the distillery.
Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl
Haven’t yet made it to the South Shore for the Nova Scotia Lobster Crawl? Don’t fret! There’s still two weeks left to enjoy the shellebration. With over 70 events you can be sure there’s something for everyone! Be sure to check out the complete list of events and festival packages on their website and plan to join them for all the lobster-infused fun this February.
Featured Recipe: Oyster Rockefeller Spaghetti
Spaghetti and meatballs is a classic comfort food, but have you heard of spaghetti and oysters? This Oyster Rockefeller Spaghetti recipe is a treat to the taste buds, boasting rich flavours of garlic, bacon and fresh Parmesan.
Get local bacon from Meadowbrook Meat Market, the Pork Shop or Masstown Butcher
Get local oysters from Afishionado Fishmongers, Bay Enterprises, D’Eon Oyster Company, Evan’s Seafoods, Fisherman’s Market or Clearwater Seafoods
Get local produce from Noggins Corner Farm Market, Stirling Fruit Farms, Masstown Market, or one of the many other Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia
Get local cheese from Fox Hill Cheese House, Knoydart Cheese House & Farm or Masstown Creamery.