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Oat Cuisine in Cape Breton

Oat Cuisine in Cape Breton

Written by: Margaret Swaine

Published on: Travel Industry Today

Cape Breton’s haut cuisine is not just about oatcakes but that’s a good start. The Scottish influence is strong in this part of Nova Scotia with Gaelic still being spoken and the sound of fiddles at every turn. What follows are my suggestions of where to go for the best flavours of this Atlantic island. Oatcakes When Earlene Busch, owner of Chanterelle Country Inn & Cottages in Baddeck, moved from her home in the US…
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