What’s Cooking in Nova Scotia March 31 to April 14?

April is right around the corner, and hopefully spring weather is too! Check out what’s cooking in Nova Scotia this week. If you are looking for fun things to do over Easter weekend, here’s a link to local Easter culinary events as well. 

April 4: Head to White Point Beach at 3pm for their monthly Taste of Nova Scotia infused s’mores bonfire! This month, White Point is partnering with Sugah! to bring you the salty s’more -made with Sugah! Fleur de Sel chocolate bars. More information here.

white point sugah salty smore

April 8: NSCC ‘Fresh Twenty One’ Touch of Class event. Enjoy a night of amazing food, wine, cocktails and beer. Plus, it is for a great cause- all of the proceed go towards student scholarships.

Fresh 21

April 9: NOSH Gala Event at the NSCC Kingstec Campus. Enjoy innovative garden displays, wine, beer, spirits, culinary delights, music and mingling. Tickets are available at the dining room or by contacting kyla.dunn@nscc.ca.


April 9: Tapas cooking class at The Hatfield House Culinary Experiences & Restaurant. The menu includes shrimp spring rolls served with a spicy Asian peanut sauce, local raw oysters topped with lemon coriander granite, and smoked salmon canapes. Paired with Nova Scotia wines. $52 per person, plus tax. To register, call (902) 648-1888. More information here.

Hatfield House cooking class

April 11: Culinary 101: Flavours of India with Chef Luis Clavel of Seasons by Atlantica. Learn how to make butter chicken, palek paneer and biryani rice. $25 plus tax, call (902) 490-3366 or email jkline@atlanticahalifax.com to reserve your place.

Every weekend until April 18/19: The All You Can Eat Maple Brunch from Acadian Maple Products is a great reason to get out of the house this winter. The menu includes Meadowbrook maple bacon, pancakes, maple baked beans, wild blueberry syrup, and much more!

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