9 Reasons You Should Drink Craft Beer

9 Reasons You Should Drink Craft Beer If you’ve been on our blog before, it’s no surprise that we’re advocating for craft beer.  We’re biased.  We admit that.  We want to scream from the rooftops all of the reasons your should drink craft beer.  We whole heartedly believe that craft beer is far superior to…

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Gluten Free Breakfast Pizza Recipe

Lately we’ve been spoiled to death with pizza because our little hometown of Truro FINALLY has a wood-fired pizza place.  We’ve been in more times than we care to mention and they’re making some killer pies and pairing them with hand crafted cocktails.   SIDE NOTE: If you haven’t checked our Sauced Wood-Fired Pizza in…

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Annapolis Valley Itinerary: More Than Wine!

If you’ve ever visited the Annapolis Valley in Nova Scotia you know it’s recognized for it’s many wineries.  In fact, people flock to the valley by the bus load to hop from vineyard to vineyard and while we LOVE wine and have visited nearly every winery in Nova Scotia we wanted to showcase something a…

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#Canada150 : 150 Things to do in Nova Scotia

*As part of the Canada 150 celebrations we’ve teamed up with a bunch of other awesome east coast bloggers in this link hop (wohoo, it’s our first time).  Be sure to hop around and check out their blogs once you’ve finished here and show them some blog love.     I grew up in Nova…

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16 Restaurants You Need to Try in Nova Scotia

We’re all guilty of getting stuck in our ways when it comes to the types of foods we eat.  When’s the last time you tried a new restaurant?  Have you ever let the server pick your entire meal?  The first time I saw someone do this was during a girls’ night dinner.  We were at…

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RHUBARB RESTAURANT: Indian Harbour Nova Scotia

People are serious about their food – especially their favourites.  To say the Rhubarb’s reputation precedes it would be an understatement.  When we announced our “Nova Scotia Viewers Choice Restaurant” series earlier this year, long time patrons of the Rhubarb restaurant all but dragged us through the doors to show off their precious Rhubarb!  …

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WHIRLIGIGS CAFE, Wallace Nova Scotia

Whirligigs Cafe sits on a picturesque slice of Nova Scotia’s north shore in the small rural community of Wallace.  With it’s a eclectic decor, faux fur covered stools, and stunning views of the harbour this boutique style eatery is so much more than a one-time brunch destination! CAFE STYLE & COMMUNITY From the moment you…

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The FOOD Muster, Truro Nova Scotia

It’s super casual dining with a gourmet twist!  As residents of Truro, The Food Muster has been on our “must visit” list for a while now because we’ve been hearing the chatter around town of the singing chef and the amazing food.  When you walk through the door, it’s the smell that hits you first.…

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VINES PASTA GRILL, Cole Harbour Nova Scotia

“Cole Harbours best kept secret” Unassuming from the outside, Vines Pasta Grill‘s reputation precedes it; and for good reason!  This wasn’t our first trip to the Italian restaurant so we already knew the food would be great but they showered us in amazing food (keep reading), great local wine pairings, and outstanding service.   The atmosphere is…

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CAPT. KAT’S LOBSTER SHACK, BARRINGTON NOVA SCOTIA

“We just know that everyone’s got a story and you never know what someone might be going through so if we can put a smile on someone’s face, make them laugh or make their day a little bit better then that’s what we’re going to do and we’ve accomplished our goal”.   That’s exactly what…

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100 Days of Nova Scotia

We believe, there’s more to life than grinding it out for 40+ years and then retiring at age 65 in hopes of being well enough to travel and explore the world at that point.  We also know it’s not in everyone’s plan to quit their day jobs, sell all of their belongings and travel full…

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