“deep in the lake-dotted wilderness, in a region so under-populated that the night skies are renowned for star-gazing, is the fabulous Trout Point Lodge.”
Food Day Canada is the time and place for Canadians to share their food and their stories with each other while leading other nations in cultural diversity, food ethics, magnificent flavours … and fun! Trout Point Lodge has joined the roster of restaurants nationwide selected by celebrated food writer Anita Stewart to represent Atlantic Canada on Food Day. Stewart notes:
The Lodge’s garden is a real and essential part of their operation and this year (2012) they are doubling their size. They’re even attempting to grow some vitis vinifera grapes. The Wine Spectator presented them with a 2011 Award of Excellence, no mean feat for a lodge in a forest. They house-smoke their own salmon, scallops, trout and swordfish, bake their own breads from organic flours and even make a selection of fresh cheeses.