Photo gallery: Au Pied de Cochon’s cabane aux pommes

From skulls decked in cold cuts to a sticky pudding that looks like dog food, the autumn feast at Au Pied de Cochon’s cabane in Mirabel tastes a lot better than it looks. But it looks crazy. Have a glance at the food, the foodies and the raw setting for Martin Picard’s country masterpiece.

Martin Picard’s cabane aux pommes is a gluttonous, rural delight
Photos by Lorraine Carpenter

About 90 minutes from Montreal, amid farmland in the Laurentians, is the destination for foodies seeking culinary decadence in rural Quebec. Chef Martin Picard oversees a seasonal “cabane aux pommes” feast — essentially the autumn edition of spring’s cabane à sucre — at the country cousin of his Au Pied de Cochon restaurant. Witness the scene of this epic, apple-accented nosh:

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