Monday, July 26, 2010

A visit to Quebec

I had the good fortune to spend a few days last month in Central Quebec where I visited a historic mill and its bakery and met with people who love to talk about what makes them tick. Even though it wasn't all about bread, it all had to do with bread one way or another and therefore belongs on Farine.
It is a long story however and to make it more convenient to read only part of it or to jump from one aspect of it to the next, I divided it among different posts:
If bread is all you care to read about, then go nibble at
.
If you like old-fashioned bakeries, come with me on a visit to where, as a bonus, you'll be allowed to drool at your heart's content.
If mills are your thing, Patrick the miller will show you around .
History buffs will probably like
.
Should you wonder how it came about that an early-19th century mill was restored and a bakery put in, then you'll want to read
.
Finally lovers of nature and the landscape, gardeners and fellow passionate people will want to meet .
Whatever you choose, enjoy!

2 comments:

  1. What a gift! You amaze me! I have just enjoyed reading your posts so much. Those breads look so delicious! Thank you.
    Esther from Ottawa

    ReplyDelete
  2. Esther, thank you for your kind words! I am so glad you enjoyed the visit.

    ReplyDelete

 

Blog Designed by: Deanna @ Design Chicky