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2019 FALL FLAVOURS BIGGER THAN EVER


Additional week added to PEI’s annual foodie festival As the old saying goes, ‘you can’t have too much of a good thing,’ and PEI’s annual Fall Flavours Festival is taking that expression to heart. The festival is adding an extra week to their schedule this year, with more new events across the Island to enjoy. Starting on August 30, the…

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BURGERS TO BLOSSOMS AT GARDENS OF LIFE


Burger Love™ ‘Give Back Burger’ funding supports the creation of the PEI Hospice’s Gardens of Life in Charlottetown The Burger Love campaign was launched by Fresh Media in 2011 as a strategy to promote and support Island beef producers. In 2017 Burger Love introduced a new initiative, Give Back Burger, where $1 from every Burger Love burger sold at participating…

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WINTERDINE OFFERS FINE DINING AT A FIXED PRICE


In the dead of winter downtown Charlottetown restaurants benefit from 14th annual food event Shorter days, longer nights, windchill temperatures that dip into the minus twenties (or colder); late January and early February can be challenging, especially for businesses trying to entice customers out of their cozy homes. After all, it’s easy to arrive home after a day at work…

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REFLECTING ON FOOD CULTURE, FOOD STORIES


Inaugural conference highlights food industry issues while celebrating Island’s abundance of good food It was an unseasonably cold and damp two days in October when farmers, food entrepreneurs, celebrity chefs, culinary students, food producers, and foodies gathered to take in the first Forage Prince Edward Island Food Symposium. Held over two days, the symposium’s goal was to create “a gathering…

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PEI HOSTS ANNUAL REGIONAL ORGANIC CONFERENCE


2018 ACORN conference aims to build bridges across Atlantic Canada Charlottetown, PEI has been chosen as the site of the annual regional conference for organic agriculture this year. From November 26th to 28th, conference delegates will join together at the Delta Prince Edward to participate in the 2018 Atlantic Canadian Organic Regional Network’s (ACORN) conference. Since 2000, ACORN has been…

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A DOWN HOME KITCHEN PARTY


Fall Flavours’ Surf and Turf at the Rodd Crowbush made us sing-literally! When Salty asked me if I wanted to blog at this Fall Flavours signature event featuring our Island’s beef and its famous bluefin tuna I didn’t hesitate. “Yes, absolutely!”, was my response. I don’t golf and I don’t surf, and I haven’t had the opportunity yet to savour…

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EXCLUSIVELY EXQUISITE EVENT


New Fall Flavours evening at Red Shores delights diners Kelp. Not your traditional go-to ingredient for creating a meal, but Chef Antonio Park set out to change diners’ minds about this ancient seaweed at a new Fall Flavours event. Chef Park is known for his critically-acclaimed restaurant in Montreal, Park Restaurant, and he partnered with Chef Andrew Smith from Top…

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PROMOTING PEI’S FOOD


Local food advocates prepare for September’s food festivals It sounds like a true recipe for success, take 12 Islanders from all walks of life, who are scattered across PEI, make sure that they have a deep love for PEI, and in particular, our local food, and set them loose on social media as ‘local food advocates’. A new initiative this…

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SMALL TOWNS, BIG GAINS


How Fall Flavours Festival boosts small town profiles in PEI Georgetown, population 555; Victoria, population 74; North Rustico, population 607; Alberton, population 1,100; Abram-Village, population 272: PEI is dotted with small towns and villages from tip to tip. Now just imagine the swell of activity and people that a typical Fall Flavours event brings to these picturesque yet minimally-populated spots.…

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LOCAL CHEF PAIRS WITH ‘FROM-AWAYS’ for FALL FLAVOURS


Two exclusive events at Red Shores’ restaurant added to festival lineup September is a month full of expectation. From children heading to school, businesses ramping up for the last quarter of the year, to food lovers finding opportunities to explore new tastes or rub elbows with celebrity chefs from across Canada, the end of summer is always bittersweet yet exhilarating.…

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