Taste of Nova Scotia for the win

The Taste of NS Prestige Awards went like this...

Taste of NS' Culinary Ambassador Craig Flinn - JULÉ MALET-VEALE
Taste of NS' Culinary Ambassador Craig Flinn

Today, while I sat hungrily at my desk, the wonderful people, and knowers of all that is delicious, at Taste of Nova Scotia gathered with members of the province's booming food and drink community to celebrate the year's big wins at the Taste of Nova Scotia Prestige Awards. After a little catching up on Twitter, I kind of feel like I was in the crowd at Casino Nova Scotia's Schooner Room, but if you haven't scrolled like I have, here's a list of the big winners:

Restaurant of the Year (Essence of Nova Scotia): Trellis Cafe, Hubbards
Restaurant of the Year (Chef Inspired Casual Dining): Wild Caraway, Advocate Harbour
Restaurant of the Year (Chef Inspired Fine Dining): Le Caveau, Grand Pré
Innovative Product of the Year: Ironworks Distillery's Pear eau-de-vie, Lunenburg
Producer of the Year: Fox Hill Cheese, Port Williams
Server of the Year: Andrea Davidson, Fleur de Sel, Lunenburg
Consumer Choice Product of the Year: Eel Lake Oyster Farm oysters
Culinary Ambassador of the Year: Chives' Craig Flinn, Halifax

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