Small, bright red berries that grow on a bush, cranberries have been farmed for at least 350 years. Cranberry fields thrive in acidic wetlands that support a wide variety of fauna, in particular endangered species. The Amerindians, who call it "atoca", used the fruit for trading and in cooking, adding it to a range of wild game and fish dishes. Not so long ago, cranberries were eaten mostly as a sauce or relish with the Thanksgiving or Christmas turkey. Nowadays, cranberry juice is gaining in popularity, largely due to its health benefits.
this week our flagship product, it is the fresh cranberries come to us at this time of year, the centre-du-québec. bonne boîte bonne bouffe will not forget and planned... Read more
celeriac—a variant of celery—is also known as celery-root. this white-fleshed vegetable lends itself well to soups, stews and salads, while the stalks and leaves, if at... Read more
parsnips are believed to be native to the eastern mediterranean area and north-eastward, including the caucasus. it was widely used by the ancient greeks and romans, but it was not... Read more