The countdown has begun, Montréal en Lumière will start in a few days! Like before, many activities will take place this weekend, February 25 and 26, at the Jean-Talon Market.
Since this year is also the 375th anniversary of Montreal, activities will feature producers from our beautiful city. It will be the chance to see all that is being made in urban agriculture.
Saturday, a series of culinary workshops and demonstrations will take place, hosted by Chef Bobby Grégoire. And tastings of the prepared dishes will take place after. Discover the complete schedule of workshops (in French).
Many Montreal compagnies will also be present to showcase their products.
- Alvéole and their honey
- KiPik and their hot sauces
- Blanc de gris, that specializes in the production of oyster mushrooms
- Pousse-Menu Farm, that produces sprouts and seedlings
- RISE Kombucha
- D-Trois-Pierres, that exploits a Montréal sugar bush and also produces fresh garlic
- Frunil Foods, creator of exotic juices
- CIBÎM and its members : Oatbox, Delicouki, GUSTA and Aliments Cibles
- Urban Seedlings who specializes in urban agriculture
- Arik de Vienne and its nice ceramic dishes.
On Sunday, it will be time to discover the Jean-Talon Market shops with a gourmet trail of free tastings. Here’s the list of the participating merchants.
It’s the perfect activity to get inspired for our next few meals or simply to enjoy ourselves while discovering new products.