Thursday, March 25, 2010

Illegal cheese

So, just reading this article from blogto, I think this would be a great thing to get a few people out.

A Taste of Quebec lies deep in the heart of the Distillery District, off a cobblestone lane and behind large green wooden doors. Lately, when the shop lights go out and the closed sign goes in the window, they've been inviting cheese lovers to sample some of the best (and often illicit) goods that Quebec artisan food makers have to offer in a cozy and intimate setting with 20 complete strangers.

A Taste of Quebec actually offers the chance to try products that you simply cannot get anywhere else but in Quebec, due to stiff federal trade permit regulations. So long as they're not actually selling some of the products they serve, it's perfectly within the rules to host these parties, to give us cheese-deprived Ontarians a chance to sample some of the best that our neighbour to the east has to offer.

Check out the June 1st theme.

($30 / person)
With the warming weather, get ready for great patio afternoons, learning and tasting for yourself how well cheese pairs with beer. You will be led through a tasting of many styles of cheese paired with microbrewery beers from Quebec and Ontario.

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