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North-South Bouquet

By Alice Mainguy 2 months ago 250 Views

Lucie suggests this simple cocktail combining the local and the exotic. Cheers!

Lemon Yellow Pike Chowder

By Alice Mainguy 3 months ago 306 Views

This hearty chowder is the fruit of fisherman Sébastien Lavoie's patience allied to cook Estelle Mainguy's creativity!

Rhubarb and Ginger Sauce

By Alice Mainguy 3 months ago 325 Views

Rhubarb sauce is a spring tradition in the Bazinet-Vincent family, and in many others. But we have to acknowledge the fact that Ginette's has its unique charm, this irresistible little touch of ginger! For that matter, at this very moment, the lads are fishing, and they have brought along their jar of sauce! Thank you, again and again!

Quinoa Meatloaf

By Alice Mainguy 4 months ago 379 Views

Not exactly grandma's recipe, but just as comforting!

Woody Chocolate Mousse

By Alice Mainguy 5 months ago 518 Views

It's easy to amaze your guests with this decadent chocolate mousse with a local flavour! A small serving suffices to titillate the taste buds and delight the palates...

Bean Salad

By Alice Mainguy 6 months ago 335 Views

Colorful, tasty, nourishing, easy and economical... What else?

Chia and Wintergreen Pudding

By Alice Mainguy 7 months ago 347 Views

Depending on the day, this pudding may be a tasty breakfast, a satisfying snack or a healthy dessert to slip into the lunch bag.

Lavender Scones

By Alice Mainguy 8 months ago 409 Views

Let's bet you already have everything you need on your shelves! A few minutes suffice to materialise these distinguished perfumed scones, for tea time, breakfast or dessert.

Light-Hearted Punch

By Alice Mainguy 9 months ago 546 Views

A refreshment for nice kids, that naughty kids may boost to their liking. Happy holidays!

Spicy Hot Chocolate

By Alice Mainguy 10 months ago 519 Views

Have you ever tried your hot chocolate with a touch of latino heat? Here is a simple version, enhanced with a twist of cinnamon and cayenne. Some add cloves, nut powder or cream too. Once again, let your creativity guide you!