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Old 08-14-2014, 07:25 AM   #11
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Was away for a few days up in North East Quebec. Picked up some Charlevoix lamb. Had it last night with an array of local veggies from the farmers market. A meal to remember....
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Was away for a few days up in North East Quebec. Picked up some Charlevoix lamb. Had it last night with an array of local veggies from the farmers market. A meal to remember....
All local food.....except the lamb. I had to drive 1400 kilometers for that....
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All local food.....except the lamb. I had to drive 1400 kilometers for that....
Looks wonderful. I assume you were driving the 1400 km anyways and the lamb was just easy to pick up.
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Old 08-14-2014, 10:40 PM   #15
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Looks wonderful. I assume you were driving the 1400 km anyways and the lamb was just easy to pick up.
Well, I did search it out. I've known about Charlevoix lamb http://www.macleans.ca/culture/a-can...makes-history/ for a few years now. We went up to go to Quebec City and beyond for whale watching and I did a bit of research to get my hands on some lamb. And local cheese...and charcuterie, and beer.....

Not sure you have ever heard of the Flavor Trail in Charlevoix, but I have been waiting to go for a while. Will go again and check it out some more....Flavour Trail of Charlevoix - Thematic Trails
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Well, I did search it out. I've known about Charlevoix lamb A Canadian lamb makes history - Macleans.ca for a few years now. We went up to go to Quebec City and beyond for whale watching and I did a bit of research to get my hands on some lamb. And local cheese...and charcuterie, and beer.....

Not sure you have ever heard of the Flavor Trail in Charlevoix, but I have been waiting to go for a while. Will go again and check it out some more....Flavour Trail of Charlevoix - Thematic Trails
Cool. No, I hadn't heard of the Charlevoix Flavour Trail. That sounds like fun. I think I will suggest it to Stirling.

How was the lamb?
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The lamb was everything they said it was. Lean, tender and mild. I will try and get my hands on some more some day. I read there is a point of sale in Montreal.....
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WOW...that lamb! Perfectly cooked.
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