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Warm, creamy and satisfying, this soup is easy to make and is filling enough for a meal. It's made with an abundance of delicious mushrooms - stick to tried-and-true button mushrooms, or mix it up with more exotic varieties like portobello, cremini or even shiitake. Serve this heart soup wit…

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Jessica Harnois is as fierce and friendly as they come. She’s a mother, world-renowned sommelier, author, entrepreneur and one of the most influential and efficacious women in Quebec who is the very definition of success. With tenacity, ambition, and an astonishing work ethic, Harnois has ma…

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As one of the hardest hit industries in Montreal – The Suburban has launched a mini series of interviews with restaurant owners to depict the new reality that they face as they navigate through the COVID-19 crisis. Watch as business owners open up in this Suburban exclusive series.

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Since most of us Montrealers are in isolation again, it doesn’t hurt to stock up on some delicious wines that will provide comfort, sophistication, and mystery to our evening meals. It’s a great opportunity to venture off into new styles of wine that you’ve never tried before.

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It’s no secret that Bordeaux makes some of the most refined, delicious, and luxurious wine in the world. Some of the famous wines are found here like Château Margaux, Château Lafite, Cheval Blanc and Petrus which fetch thousands of dollars per bottle. Bordeaux certainly has a great location …

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There are so many beautiful wines being released at the SAQ at the moment. Many are new products entering out market for the first time and others are returning favorites simply dressed with a new vintage. I have had the pleasure of tasting many of these wines in the past week or so, and mos…

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Well…it came faster than expected, but sweater season is in full swing, and pumpkin spice mania has begun! This means Fall is just around the corner – next week in fact, leaving us with one more weekend of summer. So, what can we turn to when we need to satisfy our palate with a well-deserve…

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With a new school year right around the corner, it's time to gear up for making lunches again. So, here are some creative lunch ideas for back to school that are easy to make and that kids will love!

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At a time when the COVID-19 situation has fuelled the trend towards gardening and urban agriculture, Saint-Laurent is particularly proud to have inaugurated the fourth commercial rooftop greenhouse at Lufa Farms this Wednesday, August 26, 2020. Construction began in September 2019 on a pre-e…

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Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you’ve been invited to dinner by friends but felt clueless as to what wine you could bring?  Choosing a wine is not always an easy task – even if you know your hosts palates and the dinner menu ahead of time. 

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Riesling is one of the most classic and highly regarded grape varieties there is. It’s a chameleon of sorts, given its ability to change its terroir expression depending where it’s grown while simultaneously holding on to its unmistakeable and charming character. Riesling comes in so many di…

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While beer and burgers may be traditional summertime buddies, I’d argue that wine and burgers are partners in crime - a pairing free of any pretentiousness or fussiness because many wines would work wonderfully with countless varieties of burgers. They are so much more than just protein betw…

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The topic of natural wine can be extremely controversial, where there seems to be a great divide between those who have an affinity to this style of wine, and those who are fiercely appalled by it. Despite this, the past few years the natural wine scene has been growing in popularity and sud…

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It can be a bit daunting walking into the SAQ to find affordable wines that offer great quality for a small price. Given the times, it’s not a bad idea to stick to a small budget when it comes to buying wine, but this doesn’t mean you should cut on quality or flavour. Luckily I have done all…

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With social distancing restrictions easing up, it’s a great opportunity to host a carefully curated celebration (2 meters apart of course) with family and friends that you haven’t seen for a while. This, along with the scorching hot weather, is a good a reason as any to crack open a nice bot…