I have so many favourite things about Nova Scotia, here are just a few. What are yours?
Eating out in Halifax. There are so many great places to eat! Edna’s hits the top of my list this year. Of course the Stubborn Goat Gastro Pub and the Bistro Le Coq also deserve a mention.
The Port Grocer.
Such a civilized way to shop locally! Add coffee or a lunch date to your shopping cart.
The Port Grocer
Honey! Cornect Family Farm.
Honey roasted beets. Bees wax candles, honey sticks and pots of honey. Find the Cornect Family at the Antigonish Farmers Market too.
Honey Roasted Beets
The Biscuit Eater. Any reason is a good reason to go to Mahone Bay, but the Biscuit Eater is one of the best! It is always in season to eat fresh biscuits and warm jam. A place where you can snuggle up, wrapped in shelves of books.
Biscuits and strawberry jam.
Baby its cold outside! Keep your fingers toasty and warm with these handmade mittens. Lobsters and Lighthouses are so Nova Scotia.
The Lobster mittens can be found at The Made in Nova Scotia Store. I am still trying to find the talented Lighthouse mitten maker.
It’s Lobster Season on the South Shore! Need advice or a recipe?
Nova Scotia Lobster
Marion MacLean’s hooked rugs on display at the People’s Place in Antigonish.
The Lobster Shack in Barrington Passage wins 2014, “Restaurant of the Year” Taste of Nova Scotia’s Prestige Awards.
Five places in Canada have been named this year’s great places and the People’s Place Library in Antigonish was one of the five, winning in the category of great public space.
Steinhart Distillery in Arisaig. Remove the plain white label to discover a Nova Scotia work of art underneath. Maple Vodka with the plain label removed. This taste is true to our Nova Scotia Maple flavour!
Freelander Bicycles. Vintage bicycle restoration and accessories. We all need a basket to carry our goodies and everyone looks good in a belt made from discarded bike tires. Bike taxidermy to grace your wall?