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Sampling the Cuisines of Canada’s Eastern Shore by Bonna L. Nelson

ance this eating pilgrimage with walking and hiking in the beautiful cities, towns and parks of Canada’s Eastern Shore. From Nova Scotia to Prince Edward Island, located in the North Atlantic Ocean, to Québec City and Gaspé located on the St. Lawrence River and Gulf, on bays, lakes and tributaries, Canadian watermen ply the waters, like our Bay watermen, to bring in the catch of the day. Lobster, oysters, mussels, clams, salmon, haddock and more are delivered to the docks, markets and restaurants to satisfy the appetites of locals and tourists alike. Halifax, the capital of Nova Scotia (New Scotland), has been de-

If, like me, you have already broken your New Year’s resolution to lose weight by eating less, then you are ready to read this story. Picture savoring succulent, fresh caught, broiled lobster dipped in melted butter. Envision chomping on a perfectly executed, chunky, creamy lobster roll. Perhaps by now you are craving the sweets that you gave up and are ready for a chocolate-filled croissant or a chunk of homemade fudge with sea salt and almonds. Does a microbrew, iced cider liqueur, or a Yukon Jack appeal? Figure on a gain of ten or more pounds on this diet unless you bal-

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Tidewater Times February 2013  

Tidewater Times February 2013

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