Thursday, October 08, 2009

WonderTune: What Am I Eating in Halifax, Nova Scotia?

And yet, another compilation for those that enjoy music as much as I do. I'm being sent to Nova Scotia for a video shoot. If you know of ANYTHING tasty out there, please inform me. I'll let you know how the pho and Mexican food is up there. Hope you enjoy the WonderTune Nova Scotia mix.

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Gastronomer said...

Vern was just in Nova Scotia for a physics conference. He told me that the lobsters were really good. More or less Maine lobsters, but a little further north ;-)

Don't forget the butter!

e d b m said...

Cathy, thanks. I did find a few seafood places. I just might help bring down the oyster population there. And i'm hoping to find some solid Arctic Char.

H. C. said...

heh, does Ellen Page count? ;)

But yeah, agreed with Cathy lobsters and I'd imagine any locally available seafood.

There's also a substantial Acadian population up there (before they Cajun'd in Louisiana) so I'd imagine there'll be some interesting French colonial fare too.

Can't wait to hear your reports back :)

e d b m said...

Hiu Chung, yes actually that's who we are shooting. Thanks for the food facts and recs – getting stoked about seafood from the ball-shrinking waters of the North Atlantic.


Isn't Nova Scotia associated with Salmon? Or did I just dream it all?

e d b m said...

ASSHOLE BF, yes they've got a crapload of salmon there. I'm looking for raw Arctic Char though. Such a tasty fish.

rick said...

sounds like fun, i only had a lobster roll up there which was pretty tasty. arctic char sashimi? :)

e d b m said...

Rick, thanks. I'm not going to complain about a savory lobster roll. those are awesome. i'd like to arctic char sashimi the way i had it at my favorite SF restaruant, Bar Crudo, but cooked rare is nice too.

One Food Guy said...

Nova Scotia is REALLY close to Boston.

Have you seen this on Chowhound?

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