Salmon gravlax

Review: Le Saint-Amour

There are little culinary moments that I’ve lived that bring an immediate smile to my face. The Saint-Amour is now part of these moments. I don’t know much yet about haute ...

The Roulotte

Review: La Roulotte du Coin

I love duck; it’s my favourite kind of meat. There’s something about the taste and texture that charms me every time. Not too strong of a taste, but enough to ...

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Get your public market fever on!

A plethora of public markets are popping up all over the province. Quebec has never been so locavore. I’ve put together a list of some of the newer markets around Quebec ...

Quebec City Musts

Food for the oven

REVIEW: Nina Pizza Napolitaine

I’ve never had pizza in Naples. I’ve never even set foot in ...

REVIEW: Restaurant Toast!

Le Toast! is celebrating its 10th anniversary. For the occasion, I was ...
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REVIEW: La Traite

La Traite: the best all-you-can-eat brunch buffet la version française suit… When ...

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Food Fest: Le Burger Week

And so begins Le Burger Week in six cities across Canada. Le Burger Week is your chance to bite into mouth-watering burgers created for a limited time. Carte Blanche for ze burger by ze restaurant chefs! Just by reading the descriptions you can tell the Chefs are taking this week very seriously.  Thank them by taking the […]

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News: Chef David Forbes joins Groupe Restos Plaisirs

David Forbes is the new chef of the yet-to-be-named restaurant atop the Concorde hotel. Formerly know as l’Astral- or Quebec Citys’ rotating restaurant it’s one of the oldest rotating restaurants of North America. The restaurant owners Groupe Restos Plaisirs should announced the new name within the next month. My little finger tells me the new restaurant […]

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Salmon gravlax

Review: Le Saint-Amour

There are little culinary moments that I’ve lived that bring an immediate smile to my face. The Saint-Amour is now part of these moments. I don’t know much yet about haute cuisine, but I know that my Saint-Amour experience was a grandiose moment. Lunch is the best deal in gastronomic restaurants like this one. IF they […]

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La California, West coast Belgian IPA with citrus hop

Food Fest: Festibière 2014

The province of Quebec is master in brewing beer. Our brewers are inventive, creative and pride themselves with unique flavours. The Festibière is a festival that celebrates beer and it is on this weekend in Quebec City. It is a superb opportunity to taste a variety of the province’s brews. It’s on until tomorrow, so hurry […]

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The Roulotte

Review: La Roulotte du Coin

I love duck; it’s my favourite kind of meat. There’s something about the taste and texture that charms me every time. Not too strong of a taste, but enough to stand out with heavier sauces. When cooked slowly, duck become grandiose and its high protein/low-fat meat breaks down perfectly in a sandwich or salad. My […]

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Food for the oven

REVIEW: Nina Pizza Napolitaine

I’ve never had pizza in Naples. I’ve never even set foot in Italy. Well, not yet. Those who have been to Naples and have eaten its pizza say that Quebec City’s Nina Pizza Napolitaine is just like the one in Naples. I don’t know that for a fact. But, here is what I know for […]

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here comes the famous Coaticook ice-cream

Les Fêtes de la Nouvelle France

Les Fêtes de la Nouvelle France have begun. This means that until August 10th, the Petit Champlain is dressed up to celebrate “the ingeniosity and the creativity of the New France settlers”. Every year, I visit their Food and Flavours Market. It’s a great opportunity to discover new products and local producers. If you decide to head […]

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REVIEW: Liverpool House

While on a recent press trip in Griffintown, Marie-Eve and I stepped away from the organised tour to eat dinner at Liverpool House, a restaurant owned and operated by the infamous Montreal chef David McMillan (alongside Frederick Morin and Allison Cunningham). The same gang behind Joe Beef, their second neighbours up Notre-Dame street. It’s my […]

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Get your public market fever on!

A plethora of public markets are popping up all over the province. Quebec has never been so locavore. I’ve put together a list of some of the newer markets around Quebec City that deserve a visit. Some of them begin this weekend. Mark your calendars, because they’re for a limited time only. Saint-Sauveur The second edition […]

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PRESSTRIP: Montreal Part 1

Food is my life. really? I can be moved by food, I can feel joy, frustration and even sadness. All that because of food. And I can get hangry, especially when I’m traveling. When I’m traveling, I like to prepare a list of cool spots I can stop along the way. I google my way […]

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RECIPE: Garlicky Spice-Rubbed Grilled Chicken with Vegetables 百里香蒜味燒烤雞

Summer here in Quebec is all about being outdoors, enjoying and embracing nature. Seeing people entertain on their balcony and smelling their smokey BBQ the whole summer long are the norm. You may think it’s impossible to have good BBQ if you don’t own an outdoor grill, but there’s no need to worry! (I don’t […]

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Why not, coconut?

English version below. Quand j’étais jeune, les deux seuls produits à la noix de coco que nous consommions chez-nous étaient la noix de coco râpée et la lotion solaire   Hawaiian Tropic (FPS 2, avec PABA) à très forte et chimique odeur de noix de coco (cancer de la peau garanti!). L’hiver, mes sœurs et moi […]

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REVIEW: Panache Mobile PM1

During summertime, I very seldom cook food in the oven. I rather play with food on the BBQ. But, for some unexplainable reason, my partner likes to cook blueberry muffins on hot summer days, especially on 40 degree celsius days. For you my american friends, that’s over 100 fahrenheit! I think she has masochistic tendencies. […]

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My Canada Includes Foie Gras, by Jacob Richler

50,000 times thank you with a contest

Foodies in Quebec City is getting a lot of love these days, all thanks to you. Because you share, comment and like our pictures and/or stories, more and more people drop by the blog to see what’s happening on Foodies in Quebec City. We’re always surprised to see our Instagram, Twitter and Facebook have more and […]

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ROADTRIP: La crêpe des économusées de Charlevoix, la recette originale d’une région

Grâce à une récente invitation de presse, j’ai eu l’immense plaisir de faire une visite éclair dans Charlevoix, un coin de pays qui m’éblouit toujours autant. J’ai reçu cette invitation afin de découvrir un produit unique de Charlevoix: la crêpe. C’est dans Charlevoix que naissait, il y a plus de 20 ans, le tout premier économusée. […]

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Prendre soin de son ventre grâce au Kombucha

Une récente étude révèle que notre ventre serait notre deuxième cerveau. Des scientifiques ont en effet découvert qu’environ 200 millions de neurones tapissent la paroi de l’intestin, soit à peu près l’équivalent de la quantité de neurones contenues dans le cortex d’un chat ou d’un chien. Par ces neurones situés dans le ventre est produite […]

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What’s for supper?

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RECIPE: Breakfast smoothie in a bowl – Gluten free, dairy free & vegan

Breakfast smoothie in a bowl As good as the traditional bowl of cereal but as refreshing as a fruit salad, this recipe has no grains, but it will give you lots of energy to keep you going until the next meal. I added some leafy greens that blend perfectly with all the ingredients, so you won’t […]

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Caesar Asparagus Ribbon Salad

RECIPE: Caesar Asparagus Ribbon Salad with Poached Eggs 凱薩風蘆筍緞帶與水波蛋沙拉

About two weeks ago, I went to the Marché du Vieux Port, and I bought two big, fresh bunches of asparagus at the start of their season. There were some thin stalks that I could’ve chosen, which I normally like, but I decided to go for the thicker ones, because I already knew that I […]

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La mayo à Simon

RECIPE: La mayonnaise « commerciale » de Simon – Simon’s « commercial » mayonnaise

La mayonnaise « commerciale » de Simon Pour faire suite à mon dernier texte sur les œufs, je trouvais logique de vous partager la recette de mayonnaise maison de type « commerciale » que mon amoureux Simon a peaufinée.  Partant d’une recette de base toute simple, Simon a expérimenté et ajouté quelques ingrédients qui font en sorte que […]

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