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Salmon tartare with maple sugar
Salmon tartare with maple sugar

A lover of savory and sweet recipes, you will certainly like this original recipe for salmon tartare accompanied by...

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Maple-Mustard Ribs
Maple-Mustard Ribs

Discover a delicious recipe for maple and mustard ribs. Savor these tender and flavorful ribs with authentic Canadian...

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Lovers’ Day in Quebec
Lovers’ Day in Quebec

Valentine's Day, or lovers' day, is important in Quebec. Considered a day dedicated to love, it is celebrated by both...

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Top 10 romantic places in Canada
Top 10 romantic places in Canada

Despite the ambient cold, you will not regret visiting Canada at this time of year. The low tourist season will also...

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Valentine's Day: Berry and maple tartlet-recipe
Valentine's Day: Berry and maple tartlet-recipe

To properly celebrate this special day, discover the recipe for a berry and maple tartlet, ideal to be enjoyed with...

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  • Meatballs with Blueberry Sauce
    Meatballs with Blueberry Sauce

    These pork meatballs are perfect for a meal or as an appetizer. 15 minutes of preparation and 30 minutes of cooking will be necessary for the meatballs and the sauce. This original recipe will appeal to both children and adults! You can prepare them in advance, all you have to do is reheat them with the sauce when ready to serve.

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  • Mustard and maple chicken strips
    Mustard and maple chicken strips

    Want an original and easy to make dish? Bet on this sweet and salty chicken chicken recipe to amaze your guests. It requires only 10 minutes of preparation and about thirty minutes of cooking. Note that only a few ingredients bring the taste, so choose them well. Maple syrup, old-fashioned mustard and herbs: be sure to select quality products. For this recipe, the vegetables are marinated at the same time as the meat, but they are cooked separately.

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  • Canada's Best Beers
    Canada's Best Beers

    Do you like Canadian beers? Or would you like to discover them? We have prepared a small list of our best suggestions in terms of beers produced in Canada. You will mainly find the big names in Canadian beer, some of which are available on our site. You will also find craft beers and more amazing flavors.

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  • Electricity production in Canada
    Electricity production in Canada

    Canada offers some of the lowest electricity rates among developed countries. Electricity is used mainly for heating, lighting and electric motors. The country's electricity sector has changed significantly over the past decade. First there was liberalization in the 1990s, then the introduction and strengthening of production structures based on renewable energies. In recent years, nuclear production has fluctuated a lot. More info on electricity production in the following article.

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  • Crossing Canada in a motorhome: an unforgettable adventure
    Crossing Canada in a motorhome: an unforgettable adventure
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    Crossing Canada in a motorhome is an experience that is sure to leave lasting memories. This huge country, with its varied landscapes and natural wonders, offers a multitude of opportunities for road trippers. Nature enthusiasts will keep an unforgettable memory of this expedition through the different regions of the country. It's also a unique opportunity to recharge your batteries in the great outdoors and discover maple country from a new angle.

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  • Where to watch whales in Canada?
    Where to watch whales in Canada?
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    Bordered by three oceans, Canada is a particularly favorable destination for spotting whales. In fact, more than 33 species are visible in its waters. In general, the summer months offer the most favorable weather and sea conditions to embark on an epic wildlife adventure. Do you dream of seeing these majestic animals with your own eyes? We give you some tips for your next excursion to see whales in Canada, depending on the species or the location.

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  • What is organic maple syrup? How is it made?
    What is organic maple syrup? How is it made?

    Organic certification is obtained following the examination of the production and the production process. Certification bodies take care of all the verification. Maple syrup can also be labeled organic. This guarantees a quality product. This production does not endanger the environment. We give you more details about organic maple syrup in this article.

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  • The Quebec Carnival
    The Quebec Carnival

    The Carnaval de Québec is the largest and oldest winter carnival in the world. This festival, which celebrates the cold season, is generally held for a fortnight in Quebec City. Many events take place there over three weekends in January and February: parades, outdoor concerts, sporting events, etc. The 2023 edition started on February 4: the opening date had to be postponed due to bad weather. For the 70th edition, the planned dates are from February 2 to 11, 2024.

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  • Caramelized butternut risotto with maple syrup
    Caramelized butternut risotto with maple syrup

    Find a colorful plate with exquisite flavors by letting yourself be seduced by the famous butternut risotto caramelized with maple syrup. A purely Canadian specialty, this recipe contains quality ingredients for which the gastronomy of the Far North is renowned. We are going to know everything about this rather special dish.

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  • Canada, the country with the most lakes in the world
    Canada, the country with the most lakes in the world

    Canada concentrates 60 % of the world's natural lakes and 9% of its territory covered with fresh water. It contains more than 20% of the world's fresh water. It is the country with the largest number of natural lakes in the world, and it is followed by Russia and the United States. Natural lakes, like those found throughout Canada, form in mountainous regions and rift zones, as well as in areas of glaciation - all of these regions occur naturally in this country.

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  • How are order kiosks revolutionizing the dining experience in Canada?
    How are order kiosks revolutionizing the dining experience in Canada?

    Over the years, the restaurant industry has seen many innovations, including the introduction of order kiosks in restaurants. This technology has revolutionized the dining experience in Canada by providing customers with a more personalized and efficient experience. Here is an article that discusses the subject in more detail.

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  • Veal in maple syrup
    Veal in maple syrup

    How about a good Canadian-style veal recipe? Let's try to marry this succulent piece with maple syrup in one of the most beautiful preparations in the country. The name of this cuisine itself already evokes the delicious flavors of Quebec. What hides this salty and sweet dish? We will find out.

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  • The history of the Château de Frontenac
    The history of the Château de Frontenac

    This hotel is an imposing presence in Quebec. Perched on a hill overlooking the city, with its airs of a fortress and its Victorian architecture, it resembles a castle or a French mansion. In addition to having witnessed several great moments in history, the Château Frontenac has also been an important film location. This symbol of Quebec City has a rich history, which we invite you to discover through this article.

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  • Canadian trappers, stories and evolutions
    Canadian trappers, stories and evolutions

    Trappers have played an important role in Canadian history. Also known as "coureurs des bois", they were excellent explorers and hunters, scouring vast expanses of wilderness to find furry animals to trap. At the beginning of the 17th century, brown gold fever reached the settlers, and the beaver fur trade quickly developed, confirming the importance of this activity which has become a Canadian heritage. Trappers were often forced to venture alone into the depths of Native American...

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  • Harvesting wild blueberries in Canada
    Harvesting wild blueberries in Canada
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    Blueberries are Canada's most widely grown and exported fruit. It grows there in cultivation or wild in some regions. The wild blueberry has more taste and would also have more benefits than its cultivated version. It is found in impressive quantities in the region around Lac Saint Jean. These small, fleshy, fragile and robust berries must be carefully picked when picked. Find out more through this article.

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  • Spices from Canada's boreal forests
    Spices from Canada's boreal forests

    The term spices certainly conjures up images of exotic lands such as Asia, Mexico, the Middle East or archipelagos in the oceans. However, the countries of the North also have their own spices, some of which grow wild. In Canada, it is the spices of the Canadian boreal forests. They are mainly found in Quebec, in Gaspésie or in the Lac Saint-Jean region. Most of them are medicinal plants. We invite you to discover some of them in this article.

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  • Organic maple syrup (the standard to be respected)
    Organic maple syrup (the standard to be respected)

    Quebec authorities have noticed that the overproduction and overuse of maple trees in maple fields has degraded the quality of the soil and led to tree dieback. Acid rain was first mentioned as the cause, before realizing that overexploitation was the cause. This observation led to the creation of the first standards and regulations for organic maple syrup. The initial objective was to protect trees - and nature in general - as well as consumers, by regulating the products used during the...

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  • The specificity of Canadian cranberries
    The specificity of Canadian cranberries

    This small red berry with a sour, bitter and acid taste is endemic to the Americas. It is mainly grown in the United States and Canada. The latter is the second largest cranberry producer in the world after the United States. Are there any notable differences between the Canadian cranberry and those found elsewhere? We answer you through this short article.

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  • Sugar time in Quebec
    Sugar time in Quebec

    Products made from maple sap are at the heart of time, or the season, of sugars. You should know that Quebec supplies more than two-thirds of the world's maple syrup production. The sugaring off season is thus a very Quebec period. The traditions attached to it are of particular importance for the region and its inhabitants.

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  • How is maple sugar made?
    How is maple sugar made?

    The Anishinaabeg and the nishnaabeg, indigenous peoples, often divided the year into six and not into four. They choose pre-spring to collect maple sap. This period is also called “the sugar season” or the “maple moon”. The full sugar moon appears to signify the start of the maple sap harvest. The sugaring off season is one of the traditions rooted in the customs of the First Nations. It persists to this day. Maple sugar arrives on our tables to bring flavor to our dishes. How do you get...

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