Food & Drink

Ark of Taste dinner

When: Sat., May 1 2010

A project of Slow Food International mandated to preserve artisanal and traditional foods that are indigenous to a particular place and contribute to the historical and social fabric of that region. Slow Food Nova Scotia has nominated Tancook Island Sauerkraut and Fundy Dulse as two products that represent traditional Nova Scotian foods in danger of being lost.

Price: $75

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