Tuesday Night Buffet

On Tuesdays, we offer an all-you-can-eat Buffet from 6pm-8pm! The Buffet includes a variety of dishes including meat/chicken, seafood and vegan/vegetarian items, veggies, soup, salad, bread and dessert. Join us for an early meal and be able to attend the weekly local Ceilidh (Concert) just up the road, or relax in the Great Room after …

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Feast and Concert with Tamarack at Cabot Shores

  Join us Saturday, July 8 for an evening of delicious food and melodic folk music with the talented Cape Breton band, Tamarack! Come early and enjoy our Chef’s Feast with local food prepared by our fantastic chefs Ron and Nicole, including seafood, chicken, vegetarian, and vegan dishes. Supper will be served from 5:30-8, with Tamarack playing from 8-9:30pm. Admission $12 …

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Climate Change and Cabot Shores: The Power of the Sun

Trees, plants, grass, animals, humans, limbs, nails, hair, relationships, personalities—these are all things that have the capacity to grow. We are always in the game of growing. Yet, there are limits to how much we grow within a finite world. This is part of the reason why climate change is such a catastrophic global issue …

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Garden to Table: Lettuce Share Our Garden Kale

There is power to food—resilience and subsistence. We need it; we crave it; we bond over it. There is much more behind the meal that nourishes us—the hands and care that go into growing, feeding, harvesting, and preparing the food that is in front of us. We like to be involved in as much of …

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Winter comes early this year

I’m eating my words (and kale) these days- after telling everyone who wants to know what Cape Breton winters are like, “oh, the real snow doesn’t come until the 2nd or 3rd week in January….we pick greens from the garden at Christmastime” – and everyone is impressed.  Not so this time. I just harvested the …

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Spring recipes from the Vegetarian Kitchen

Spring has finally sprung here on Cape Breton and along with the first garden and wild greens have also come a series of guests who observe a gluten-free diet.
Rice cakes for breakfast go only so far until they become oh so boring. So I finally screwed up my courage and attempted to bake a loaf of gluten-free bread. Just reading the ingredient list is a challenge: xanthan gum? tapioca flour? potato starch? Never mind where I might find these on this island that at times feels like it’s located at the end of the world…
But after a bit of research […]