Category Archives: Quebec

miels-d'anicet © Will Travel for Food

Confession: I have an uncontrollable fear of bees. I panic and can’t think straight and yet I am completely fascinated by them and don’t want to hurt them. A couple of weeks ago, I decided to confront my phobia head on by visiting Miels d’Anicet (aka bee central) up in the Hautes Laurentides in the hopes of overcoming …

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A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to discover the Chaudière-Appalaches region of Quebec with my friend and photographer extraordinaire Jeff (who took all the photos for this article) and Mary Lynn and Emilie from La Fabrique Crépue. Located across Quebec City, the Chaudière-Appalaches region stretches along the St. Lawrence River and includes many members of the Most Beautiful Villages of Québec …

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My travels have brought me to as far away places as South Africa or Hong Kong but sometimes, spending the weekend with my girlfriends in a chalet just over an hour north of Montreal is just what the doctor ordered. That’s exactly what I did this past weekend when I spent two glorious nights in …

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la ferme charlevoix © Will Travel for Food

Next time you have a few days off, head north instead of south. That’s exactly what I did a few weekends ago when I headed towards Baie-Saint-Paul in the Charlevoix region of Quebec. It’s about a 4-hour drive from Montreal and a gorgeous spot, nestled between a range of mountains and the Saint-Laurent river. It …

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cabane a sucre shefford © Will Travel for Food

It’s sugar shack season again in Quebec, one of my favourite times of the year, when indulging in everything maple is enthusiastically encouraged. I am not originally from Quebec but I am fiercely proud of my adopted province’s sweet heritage and will happily partake in anything maple anytime. Last year I managed to make it …

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