What’s Cooking: May 13-20

With summer just around the corner, Nova Scotia road trip adventures are in season. Take advantage of new menus, sweet treats and delightful full-course meals inspired by Nova Scotia cuisine across the province.

Five Fishermen Restaurant

With inspiration from our Nova Scotia land and sea, the Five Fishermen Restaurant has released a new menu. The new options are now available for dine-in at their physical location.

Chapel Cove Chocolate

Inspired by their beloved holiday candy cane bark, Chapel Cove Chocolate released a crunchy peppermint milk chocolate bar. This tasty treat is now available at their showroom and online.

Founders House Dining & Drinks

Chef Chris Pyne, of Founders House Dining & Drinks, and renowned chef Dave Smart are working together on an exciting six-course collaboration dinner taking place on May 15. For more information on the event, visit their official website or call 902-532-0333.

Savour Food & Wine Show

The Savour Food & Wine Show is returning to the Halifax Convention Centre on May 19. Treat your tastebuds by enjoying an evening of Nova Scotia’s finest food, cocktails and wine from restaurants and producers across the province. For more information on the event, visit their official website.

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Featured Recipe: Scallop Risotto

Celebrate the flavours of both our land and sea with a mouth-watering local twist on an Italian classic. Roasted butternut squash and seared Nova Scotia scallops help create this warm comfortable dish. Paired with a glass of Tidal Bay, this recipe is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.

Grocery List:

Fresh produce can be purchased at Noggins Corner Farm MarketStirling Fruit FarmsMasstown Market or one of the many other Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia.

Fresh scallops can be purchased at Evan’s Seafood & RestaurantClearwater Seafoods Ltd., Afishionado Fish Mongers, Masstown ‘Catch of the Bay,’ Fishermen’s Market, or by looking for scallops from Comeau Sea Foods at your local grocery store.

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