It’s difficult to imagine East Coast cuisine without the prominent images of lobster, fish and various other seafood delicacies coming to mind; neighbouring the Atlantic Ocean clearly has it’s perks.
My revelation on converting my fully fledged vegetarian ways to a more beneficial pescetarian diet could not have come at a better time. During my 10 day road trip through New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island and New Hampshire, I vowed to take a photograph of every seafood dish I ate and here are the results:
WARNING: exposure to photos may cause excessive stomach rumbling and drooling.
Gnocchi and Haddock, Billy’s Seafood Company, Saint John, New Brunswick
Lobster, Saint John, New Brunswick
Haddock and Chips, Fishbones, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Lobster Roll, Peakes Quay, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Potato encrusted Haddock, Three Chimneys Inn, Durham, New Hampshire
Seafood Pasta, Sheltered Habour Cafe and Pub, Souris, Prince Edward Island
Mussels, Fishbones, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island
Birthday Cake Ice cream, Cows Creamery, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island.
Hmmm, there is something fishy (or lack therefore) about that last picture What’s that? Ice cream? You’re damn right that’s ice cream; the best ice cream I’ve ever tasted! Apparently I’m not the only one: Cows Creamery was voted the world’s top place to get ice cream by Tauck World Discovery. When visiting PEI, a trip to Cows is a moost!