Everyone knows Quebec’s most famous dish is Pork Chops Hochelaga. Since its fine dining debut at the ’67 Expo, this classic combination of herbs, spices, pickles and mushrooms has sauced pork chops around the world. At least, that’s what was supposed to happen. Of course, no one today has ever heard of Pork Chops Hochelaga, […]
When you have the chance to cook with a really nice piece of fish, you don’t need a complicated recipe!
It goes without saying that not everyone agrees on the « real » definition of Quebec’s emblematic tourtière. This recipe, for many, would probably fall into the category of a simple meat pie – and therefore not a traditional Quebec tourtiere!
This is an old fashioned recipe in which the main ingredient is a cut of fresh pork (as opposed to salted pork, which was eaten all year round) which has recently regained some of its old popularity because of the pulled pork phenomenon. Our grandmothers knew that this particular cut was always very tender and […]
Every year at harvest time market stalls overflow, not only with a wide variety of extraordinary vegetables, but also with fresh bouquets of herbs. These are after all the spices that are the most prolific at our latitude and we are extremely proud to include the best that Québec has to offer within our product […]
Creton is a traditionnal québécois meat spread. This velvety mouth-watering creton invites us to rethink the classics. This recipe is courtesy of Danielle Lajeunesse.
Ethné went all Caribbean on this recipe: cumin in the meat, chiles in the corn, nutmeg in the potatoes and other modifications add a much needed dose of flavor to this comfort food and staple of Québecois cuisine.