The return of Slow Food Nova Scotia’s Spring Supper

“Good, clean and fair local food for all” on May 5

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Local food producers, brewers, wine makers and foodies---all seated around one table at last. Slow Food Nova Scotia’s Spring Supper is back to serve up some local flavours for its third year in a row. This year’s dinner will be whipped up by 11 local chefs, including Craig Flinn of Chives Canadian Bistro, Dennis Johnston of Fid Resto, and Zane Kelsall and Tara MacDonald of Two If By Sea Café. The dinner will include a seven-course meal created with locally-sourced ingredients paired with Nova Scotian wines.

Slow Food is an international grassroots organization with members in 150 countries. The evening is designed to promote Slow Food’s ideal of “good, clean and fair local food for all.” The dinner is set for May 5 at 6:30pm. Tickets are $85 ($75 for Slow Food members) and can be purchased with cash or cheque at Chives (1537 Barrington Street), Brooklyn Warehouse(2795 Windsor Street) and Two If By Sea’s Dartmouth location (66 Ochterloney Street).

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