- DATE : July 6 to August 24
- DAY : Saturdays
- HEURE : 1:00 p.m.
- DURÉE : 2 hours
- PUBLIC : visitors 12 years and over
- LANGUE : français, anglais
- TARIF : included with admission
Cooking, history, culture, agriculture and local products are at the heart of these activities held under the pergola of our ancestral vegetable garden. Every Saturday afternoon, an expert leads one of our garden workshops.
All our senses are engaged since these gatherings combine theory, practice and, of course, tastings.
|Saturday, July 6||Wild strawberries in jarsHave you ever savoured wild strawberry jam? These small berries come from field strawberry plants, the most common wild species in Quebec. + A taste experience featuring wild and garden strawberries.||Speaker Julie Boudreau|
|Saturday, July 13||From the field to the kneaderAre you familiar with the history of bread? Come discover all the steps of making artisanal bread. From the grain field, to the mill, to the bread oven. + Making and tasting bannock.||Speaker Académie des Ripailleurs|
|Saturday, July 20||All about olive oil and its propertiesThis workshop offers you a crossover between the history and botany of the olive tree and its by-products. Discover the symbolism of the mythical ingredient that is olive oil. + Tastings.||Speaker Académie des Ripailleurs|
|Saturday, July 27||Tea timeLearn the age-old art of transforming leaves and buds into an infusion. Each step has an incredible impact on the taste and aroma of the final product. + Combination tea and pastries.||Speaker Camellias Sinensis|
|Saturday, August 10||Smells and emotionsThe sense of smell is approached with a series of exercises adapted to young and young at heart. The perfect workshop to explore the vegetable garden and the herbs square.||Speaker Manon Rousseau|
|Saturday, August 3||Pesto by the dozenToday very popular, pesto is found in all supermarkets. Many variations can be added to pasta, sandwiches, etc. Come discover a dozen different pesto recipes. + Tastings.||Speaker Julie Boudreau|
|Saturday, August 17||Teas and local productsFrom China to England, discover the origins of this famous infusion. This workshop shows you how to prepare your tea and taste it like a connoisseur. + Tastings.||Speaker Académie des Ripailleurs|
|Saturday, August 24||Planet chocolatePropel yourself to the Aztec era to discover the origins of chocolate. A luxury product often trivialized, the workshop reveals its history and the secrets of its production. + Tastings of chocolate samples that have particular flavour profiles.||Speaker Académie des Ripailleurs|