A local European-style Crèmerie

A rare, upscale taste treat is now available in Mont-Tremblant: gelato. Come experience European refinement and get to know the two master ice cream makers, Mario St-Laurent and Diane Bélanger,…

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Cooking without recipes, to commit to seasonal eating

Véronique Bouchard, the family farmer who co-founded the Ferme aux petits oignons 15 years ago, is the author of the book Cuisiner sans recettes (Cooking without recipes) published – to…

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Artisanal delicatessen meats and sausages: Saucisses & Saucissons

An artisanal delicatessen- and sausagemaker – charcutier – for more than 20 years, Bertrand Bourget, from Percé, recently decided to put down roots here. Now established in the heart of…

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Our producers adapt to selling locally

Our producers adapt to selling locally As our society faces an economic slowdown, the concept of food sovereignty is gaining ground. The local producers we spoke with are reacting positively…

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Not your average sugar time

Whether you like it on your pancakes or in your recipes, maple syrup probably has a special place in your heart. The sugar from our forests results from the hard…

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It’s time to sign up for your baskets of organic produce! 

Community-supported agriculture makes a lot of sense as we face a time that tests our resiliency. Registering for weekly baskets of vegetables and fruits is an excellent way to help…

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StoneHaven Le Manoir

Sumptuous new destination in the Laurentians Following more than three years of major renovations and restorations, the four-star hotel StoneHaven Le Manoir is welcoming its first guests in Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts. The…

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Biodynamics… a fashion or a necessity?

Organic wines, natural wines or biodynamic wines? It’s not just an array of certifications, but above all a need to eliminate agrochemical practices and find again the value of soils…

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Biodynamic culture: in harmony with nature 

In October 2018, I visited the vineyards of the Loire Valley. It’s a region I particularly love for the quality and the typical nature of its wines. By happy chance,…

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The dandelion

The dandelion, much more than a weed Each spring, lawns, roadsides and paths adorn themselves with innumerable little suns that many people try to destroy, judging that they are merely…

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