Get your own personal taste of eating off the land with this three-hour adventure on the rugged coastline near St. John’s (itself a trending culinary city). Professional forager Lori McCarthy will guide you on a walk to collect wild edibles including oyster plants, crow berries, mussels, urchins, and sea greens, before setting up camp on the beach for a traditional boil-up of Arctic char, mussels, cod, smoked mackerel, or other seasonal fish over an open fire. (McCarthy packs the seafood.)
Book it here: Wild Foraging in Newfoundland and Labrador, $140 per person
While you’re there: Don’t miss a meal with chef Jeremy Charles, who’s credited with leading Newfoundland’s food revolution, at Raymonds Restaurant (raymondsrestaurant.com) in St. John’s.