By May 11, 2013
Warmer weather, longer days and brighter spirits are all sure signs of spring here in Nova Scotia. Another sure sign of spring is the release of the annual Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide. This year’s guide is our biggest and possibly our best yet!
It features over 130 listings of some of the best restaurants, culinary experiences and producers from across the province. This year’s guide also includes 10 original Nova Scotia inspired member recipes for you to try at home. Whether you are you are visiting Nova Scotia for the first time or you’re a local looking to taste your way around the province, this guide is for you.
Free copies of the Taste of Nova Scotia Culinary Guide are available at member locations, Nova Scotia Visitor Information Centres, select NSLC outlets and various accommodation providers throughout the province.
Click here to order your free copy online.
By January 2, 2013
Our members have had a busy year! Check out these four articles about local businesses that are passionately committed to producing quality products in our own backyard and promoting Nova Scotia culinary products around the world.
December 13: Acadian Maple Savours Year of Growth – The Chronicle Herald
December 17: Oysters are Taste of Nova Scotia Winners – The Yarmouth County Vanguard
December 20: N.S. Firm Ships Cranberries to U.K. – The Chronicle Herald
December 23: Buchan’s Cookies Amongst the Best in Canada – The News
By August 9, 2012
The sixth annual Seaport BeerFest takes place this weekend – and our members will be offering up everything from local oysters to slow-roasted pork sandwiches to chicken tacos. Fid Resto, Sober Island Oysters, Bramoso Gourmet Pizzeria and Saege Bistro will be selling the following items to enjoy (and pair) with your favourite beers - Taste of Nova Scotia menu.
By July 13, 2012
Taste the Tall Ships like never before!
If you love local food, be sure to join us July 19-23 to celebrate Nova Scotia food, drink, chefs, music and of course our world-class seafood on the Halifax Waterfront during the Tall Ships Festival. Taste of Nova Scotia Food Fare by the Sea will feature culinary booths offering everything local – from lobster rolls to pulled pork to fish burgers and locally-inspired pizza.
The Catch Seafood Stage, sponsored by the Province of Nova Scotia, is located in the Taste of Nova Scotia Food Fare by the Sea area. The Catch Stage will showcase seafood demonstrations and sampling hosted by local and national celebrity chefs – all complimentary!
Chuck Hughes (Food Network), Anna Olson (Food Network), Alain Bosse (The Kilted Chef and Taste of Nova Scotia 2011 Culinary Ambassador) and Renee Lavallee (Feisty Chef) will all be doing demonstrations over the five days. Live music and the Great Crew CATCH Cook Off will be can’t miss highlights as well. more…
By June 20, 2012
Jamie Olivers’ Jamie magazine spent some time in Nova Scotia this week covering a story they are doing in the August issue on culinary experiences in our province. Pictured above is Andy (food editor), the Kilted Chef and David (photographer) on a lobster boat in Pictou.
Their visit is a predecessor to Canada Day festivities in London and a Nova Scotia themed dinner at Fifteen on July 2. more…
By June 19, 2012
We are bringing a Taste of Nova Scotia to Toronto this weekend – look for us at the Saltscapes Toronto Expo during the Redpath Toronto Waterfront Festival at HTO Park, Queen’s Quay West from June 21 to 24.
We’ll have lobster, seafood demos, live East Coast music, Nova Scotia beer in the beer tent – and much more! Chef Roland Glauser (Charlotte Lane), Chef Martin Ruiz Salvador (Fleur de Sel & Salt Shaker Deli) and Chef Craig Flinn (Chives Canadian Bistro) will be on stage serving up some amazing culinary creations. more…