Indulge in Food & Wine Festivities this Winter in Nova Scotia

Par msears, sur Mon, 22 Dec 2014 | 0 Comments

With the holidays behind us and New Year’s resolutions still intact, let us help you kick off your ‘eating better’ resolution on the right foot... er... fork.  Here in Nova Scotia, you’ll discover delicious events featuring local fare, inspiring dining opportunities where locally sourced foods are served up for you… and even the opportunity to cook with a chef!

Celebrating delicious food year-round

Historic Farmers' Market in the Alexander Keith's Brewery, Halifax

Winter may mean our lush gardens, fields, and orchards are taking the season off, but it certainly doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty of amazing local products to stock up on. 

A visit to a Farmers’ Market or Farm Market is sure to delight.  Picking up root vegetables, fresh breads, local cheeses, meats, preserves, and more will ensure you are supporting your better eating resolution along with supporting your local farmers and producers.

Chef-inspired experiences

Looking for new recipes that support healthy eating and incorporates local fare?  Don’t miss your chance to cook with a chef that knows where to shop and how to create amazing dishes using the best locally sourced ingredients.

'Cooking on the Farm' with The Kilted Chef, Alain Bosse, on the Northumberland Shore.

In Pictou, on the Northumberland Shore, join The Kilted Chef, Alain Bosse, on a culinary journey. Cooking on the Farm with The Kilted Chef is a full-day, hands-on culinary experience where you will do everything from visiting local farms and producers to learning proper knife skills using locally handcrafted Grohmann Knives. 

Your day finishes with a delicious meal, paired with local wines, that you prepare with Chef Alain in his home. 

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Experience cooking traditional Acadian fare and local seafood at The Hatfield House in Tusket, Nova Scotia.

What do you get when you combine history and cuisine in Tusket on the Yarmouth & Acadian Shores region?  An incredible foodie opportunity, that's what.  Enjoy a hands-on culinary experience showcasing local dishes, including seafood and Acadian fare at The Hatfield House, one of the oldest homes in Tusket, dating back to 1793. 

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‘Don’t Miss’ winter food events

Winter is a delicious time to be in Nova Scotia!  From a week in January dedicated to our many chowders and maplicious weekend brunches running late January to mid-April at Acadian Maple to a February-long event where you can indulge in fine dining without breaking the bank, you are certain to find a perfect food or wine event that is sure to suit your tastes.




Culinary Packages

Looking for a mini vacation with a culinary component or craving for an incredible culinary experience this winter?  There are plenty of culinary packages and experiences awaiting you in Nova Scotia, including: