Thursday July 3rd on The Morning News
At 6:45 we’ll give you a taste of the 65th annual Maritime Fiddle Fest happening this weekend in Dartmouth. What started out as a fundraising event has turned into North America’s longest running old time fiddle competition.
With GOLFest Nova Scotia in town this week, Paul Brothers hits the road to New Ashburn Golf Course to catch up with Shaw sponsored golfers and Canadians Graham Delaet and Adam Hadwin. Delaet is one of the World’s top golfers having just competed in The Masters, and Hadwin is an up and coming star on the Web.com tour competing in this weekend’s Nova Scotia Open. Tune in at 7:15 to see if Paul can score a shiny new Shaw Golf cap!
How do you cook quick and healthy meals that appeal to vegetarians and carnivores alike? You use your Flex Appeal – that’s the name of a new vegetarian cookbook for families with meat-eaters. At 7:45 chef and cookbook writer Nettie Cronish visits to chat about how to please all palates while taking steps toward sustainable living.
We’ll have our regular Stems with Susan segment at 8:15 and this week she’s feeling a bit nautical but nice. She shows us that creating sailing-inspired summer flower arrangements – can be a breeze.
At 8:45 we’re going to go back to basics with some more cooking tips from our friend Chef Live! He’ll show Crystal some tips on how to fillet and sear a fresh fish. A perfect meal for these warm summer nights.