Food + Drink

Nova Scotia has long been known for producing delicious Tidal Bay wine. That's why we decided to start a vineyard to make our own take on the appellation.

Our Take on the Tidal Bay Wine Appellation

Here’s a little secret: Nova Scotia has been producing wine for almost 100 years.

That’s right, Nova Scotia. It’s a province better known for fishing, lighthouses, and all things maritime. And it’s literally called New Scotland, which might lead one to assume that it’s not so different from that other Scotland.



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If you’re a fisherman, you know there’s no feeling in the world like playing and landing a fish. Cast a line into one of the two ponds at Fox Harb’r, and you just might get to tangle with a trout. They’re fun to catch and make for a delicious meal.

How Fox Harb’r Does Trout Differently

If you’re a fisherman, you know there’s no feeling in the world like playing and landing a fish. Cast a line into one of the two ponds at Fox Harb’r, and you just might get to tangle with a trout. They’re fun to catch and make for a delicious meal.



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The genius of the lobster roll: It puts the most delicate and luxurious of meats into a simple roll. It's the marriage of the decadent with the practical.

The Humble History of the Lobster Roll

This is the genius of the lobster roll: it puts one of the most delicate, luxurious, delicious meats into a simple roll. A lobster roll is a marriage of the decadent with the practical, which is a pretty impressive feat for a sandwich.



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Lobster Poutine

The Case for Lobster Poutine

There is a debate raging amongst Canadian foodies. No, it isn’t over whether Kraft dinner is the national food or if there’s really a difference between mass-market chips and artisanal ones. The debate is this: can poutine only be French fries, cheese curds, and gravy?



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