Author Archives : Evan Ceretti

With a Grain of Salt…


PEI Sea Salt Company launches From the waters of the Gulf of Saint Lawrence on the north shore of P.E.I. comes a sea-salty new business that two Island entrepreneurs dove right into. “The PEI Sea Salt Company – it automatically identifies us as local, and we’re all about local,” said co-founder, Darren Blanchard. Blanchard originally got into the sea salt…

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Seed for Thought


Brian and Lorna McMaster, The Taco Farmers, want you to save your seeds The Taco Farmers. The name is pretty spot on when you consider that Lorna and Brian McMaster grow nearly 100 per cent of the ingredients for the menu of their taco-centric booth at the Charlottetown Farmers’ Market. However, what you may not realize is that your tortilla…

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Much More than Salad


Veg It Up! returns to focus Island appetites on vegan cuisine Vegans, rejoice! If you’re an Island restaurant-goer, you’ve likely seen an uptick in vegan dishes available on menus, but perhaps you’ve been yearning for something bigger and bolder. Well, look no further. The 2nd annual Veg It Up! event, taking place September 22 to 30, offers veg-lovers the opportunity…

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Food Trucks Roll on P.E.I.


Wheels have started to turn a little faster for the Island food truck scene When people think of dining on PEI, they might think of lobster suppers, eclectic rural eateries, and our ever-growing restaurant scene. But food trucks are catching the attention of the hungry diner, and wheeled-meals are making their mark on the Island foodscape. Many food truck vendors…

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Tacos Without Borders


Sugar Skull Cantina opens its doors in historic downtown Charlottetown, offers Central American flavours along with vacation-like experience When chef Jane Crawford was five years old, her parents would take her to a pizza restaurant and she’d ask for escargot as a topping. Whoever was waiting on the table would ask, “For real? It’s not a joke?” “My parents were…

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