The Prince Edward Island's Fisherman's Association (PEIFA) is setting out to break the record for the world's longest lobster roll durin gthe 2017 PEI International Shellfish Festival. The attempt will take place Sept. 17 at 1pm in the main festival tent. The current record of 180.2 feet is held by the Lobster Festival in … [Read more...] about PEI attempting to take back lobster roll title
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The Chronicle Herald Prince Edward Island is famous for its flocks of summertime visitors, but Charlottetown remains a vibrant, bustling spot even after July and August draw to a close. “Gone are the days of everything shutting down at the end of August. That just doesn’t happen anymore,” says Christina MacLeod, Executive … [Read more...] about Discover the cuisine, adventures, beauty of Charlottetown, P.E.I.
Andrew Sprague, The Buzz Wouldn’t it be nice if you could have a classy dining room to yourself and ten of your closest friends? Wouldn’t it be sweet if you could have a meal prepared for you, in said dining room, by your own personal chef? What if you could bring wine or beer to the affair and have it poured for you at no … [Read more...] about Simply Pleasurable
Sandra Phinney, Saltscapes PEI offers a veritable smorgasbord of opportunities for food lovers. Often, when I think of Prince Edward Island, I start humming the tune to “Food, Glorious Food,” from the musical, Oliver! Then I start fantasizing about what’s in store during the Island’s annual Fall Flavours Festival … [Read more...] about Flavour the Island
Stephanie Porter, Atlantic Business Magazine Instead of hitting up the same restaurants, why not invite visiting colleagues or guests (even the boss!) over for dinner? There are those who look at food as little more than fuel. For the rest of us, food can be a great source of joy, discussion, debate, even collaboration. … [Read more...] about Big Night In
Mary MacKay, The Guardian Everyone wants his or her wedding day to be special. As an older engaged couple, Cora Hurlburt and Peter Knoakes of Charlottetown wanted a traditional church ceremony but shied away from the usual massive hall reception or even a post-wedding evening in a crowded restaurant. They wanted … [Read more...] about At Your Pleasure