What’s Cooking: September 23 – 30
September is one of the most beautiful months. The leaves are changing colours and the abundance of fall produce fills our tables! Fill your week up with a chocolate tasting, Sunday brunch and new wine releases, while getting caught up on what else is new around the province.
Wine & Chocolate Tasting
Don’t miss an evening of Wine & Chocolate, featuring a curated selection of Grand Pré Wines paired with Petite Patrie’s fine chocolate. Limited tables remain for this tasting on September 24. Reservations can be made by phone: (902) 713-5048 or by visiting Petite Patrie’s Café & Chocolate Factory, located at 2 Webster Street, Kentville. Tickets are $46.5/person!
Sugar Moon Farm – Sunday Brunch
Treat yourself to a delicious Sunday Brunch at Sugar Moon Farm September 26, at 9:30 a.m. Enjoy local Nova Scotia maple syrup with your classic red fife buttermilk pancakes or red fife waffles! The cost for adults is 21$, ages 6 – 12 is $10.50 and ages 3 – 5 is $5.25.
Benjamin Bridge new small lot wine
Devour Tickets on Sale
New Coldstream Clear location coming soon
Sable Shortbread’s 7th Birthday
The Nova Scotia Culinary Trails
Looking for staycation ideas? Lucky for you, we’ve mapped out your ultimate Nova Scotia culinary road trip through the Nova Scotia Lobster, Chowder, & Good Cheer Trails! Whether you’re tapping into local craft beverages, cracking open a freshly caught lobster, or diving into a bowl of seafood chowder – there’s something on the trails that will satisfy all your cravings. With three easy ways to collect stamps including the passport, the website and the soon to be released mobile app, it’s easier than ever to explore the Culinary Trails.
Featured Recipe: Honey Roasted Apple & Parsnip Soup
This is what we call soup for the soul. This flavourful dish is packed with seasonal local goodness & warm spices.
Get your hands on local apples at Noggins Corner Farm Market, Masstown Market, Stirling Fruit Farms Ltd., or one of the many Farmers’ Markets of Nova Scotia, or looking for local apples from Scotian Gold or Stirling Fruit Farms Ltd. at your local grocery store.
Honey: Cornect Family Farm.
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