What’s Cooking in Nova Scotia May 24 – 31, 2016
The trees are in blossom and the days are getting warmer. Spring has sprung in Nova Scotia, and with it comes many ways to taste and experience this beautiful province.
Spring Flavours Demo Class: May 25
Spring flavors are meant to be relished, and enjoyed, Chef Chris of Flying Apron Inn & Cookery Ltd. will show you how! Watch and learn as chef prepares a fresh spinach salad, confit potatoes and a sweet cinnamon rhubarb cake, and then taste it all yourself. Reservations: 902-633-2300 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Blossom Brew Night: May 28
As part of the 84th Annual Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival join local cideries and breweries for good drinks and live music at the Blossom Brew Night. Be sure to try cider from Bulwark Cider and Noggins Corner Farm Market. Tickets: $32 at the Acadia Box Office. More Information: Blossom Brew Night
Wild Caraway at Sugar Moon Farm: May 28
Head to Sugar Moon Farm on Saturday night for a seven course meal prepared by Wild Caraway Restaurant & Cafe. Chef Andrew is known for foraging and using ingredients from his own backyard. This menu, featuring Nova Scotia seafood, yellow birch and maple is no exception. Tickets and Menu Information: Wild Caraway Chef Night.
May Flavours Gala and Food Summit: May 28-29
As part of the Nova Scotia Food Summit this gala event features a menu highlighting local producers and chefs. Be sure to visit Taste of Nova Scotia members: Meadowbrook Meat Market, Valley Flax Flour Ltd. , Meander River Farm & Brewery, Planters Ridge Winery and L’Acadie Vineyards. Tickets: $35. To Purchase: May Flavours
Save the date:
Food Noise Festival, June 4-5:
Vendors, exhibits and food- oh my! The first annual food noise festival held on King’s Wharf in Dartmouth is sure to be a hit. With a mission to educate on the importance of local food the Food Noise Festival its sure to be a tasty addition to your weekend. A portion of proceeds from the event will be going to the Dartmouth North Community Food Centre.
Doors Open Halifax, June 4-5:
Doors Open Halifax gives free access to buildings of historical, contemporary or architectural significance, but all that history and architecture is sure to make you hungry. While downtown be sure to add into a stop at one of our Taste of Nova Scotia members along the way.
Garrison Backlot Bash, June 11:
Featuring live music, Garrison craft beer and local cider The Garrison Brewing Company Backlot Bash is seasonal favourite. Food trucks will be on site to fill your hungry bell and special releases add to the fun.
Yoga and wine make the perfect combination and at Sainte-Famille Wines Ltd. they certainly understand the appeal. Join them starting July 10th for Vino and Vinyasa on the estate. A one-hour yoga class will be followed by a tour of the winery and tasting session.