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Top chefs love Prince Edward Island for its bounty of fresh ingredients, from potatoes to scallops, island-raised beef to wild blueberries. (Supplied)

Top chefs love Prince Edward Island for its bounty of fresh ingredients, from potatoes to scallops, island-raised beef to wild blueberries.

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A SPECIAL INFORMATION FEATURE BROUGHT TO YOU BY PEI TOURISM

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Prince Edward Island has plenty to celebrate in 2014 and everyone is invited to the party. It’s a big year with the 150 anniversary of the Charlottetown Conference, the event that brought together Canada’s forefathers and sparked the birth of a nation.

Meanwhile, its wealth of local products sparked appetites to kick into high gear. PEI has taken a permanent place on the world culinary map, thanks to its winning recipe as a vacation destination that has earned its way onto the list of top culinary spots in the world (as voted by Zagat). Fresh out-of-the-water seafood? Check. Top-notch restaurants and chefs to match? Check. A mighty farm-to-table movement (even before it was called that)? Check. PEI ticks all the boxes when it comes to culinary prowess. How will you love what it’s dishing out? Let us count the ways…

Learn more about Canada’s smallest and tastiest province...


• Visit Tourism P.E.I. (tourismpei.com) and Prince Edward Island Sesquicentennial (pei2014.ca).


• Watch Tourism P.E.I. on YouTube.


• Follow on Twitter: @gentleisland


• Call 1-800-463-4PEI (4734)


• Download a comprehensive surf and turf culinary map from peiflavours.ca.


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