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gothlig Aug 23, 2011 04:42 AM

Is this the first year for rightsomegood.ca ? Looks like ten Cape Breton events pairing international chefs with local chefs in potentially interesting events. Can't find any info on this other than the promotional site. Worthwhile or not?

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    gothlig RE: gothlig Aug 27, 2011 10:50 AM

    Amazed that there are no posts about this extraordinarily ambitious event.

    Over ten days, Michelin stared chefs are paired with local chefs and promising appendices to bring top-notch technique and creativity to local ingredients amid local entertainment in unique local settings.

    Attended the Little River event last night: Chef Atul Kochhar from London turned out lobster, scallops, haddock, lamb, chicken and local vegetables that was easily the best prepared meal I have had in Nova Scotia in several years. All done in a tent on a fishing wharf!

    I stumbled upon this event, but it would be well worth planning a visit to NS around. Wish I wasn't heading home this evening. I can only imagine what the final diner in the Fortress Louisbourg will be like.

    www.rightsomegood.ca

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