As exceptional and impressively excessive as some of its dishes were, the PDC sugar shack doesn’t live up to the hype.
Your seasonal maple fix can be had at Montreal restaurants, markets & bars, PLUS a wintertime food truck that may be worth a little drive.
* Opening party for art and fashion space Coolkoala
* Bar Mme Lee’s food truck Thursday welcomes Au Pied de Cochon
* Les Jardins Gamelin opening party with live music
* RAW Exposure arts showcase at la Tulipe
* The Tashme Project: The Living Archives at the MAI
* Vancouver electronic duo Humans play le Fairmount
Here’s what kind of cuisine you can expect to find rolling down our streets this summer.
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.
Last weekend, I made the trip to St-Benoît de Mirabel, where I gained five pounds in one sitting: 12 courses, among which were four desserts, three of which blew my mind.
For the third year in a row, Montreal chef and culinary darling Chuck Hughes is pulling out all the stops with his elaborate makeshift outdoor kitchen at Osheaga to cater to all the rock stars, VIPs and high-level hangers-on.