I’ve updated the Montreal Restaurant List. A couple of places have been taken off the “to try” side, some to disappear forever some to make to the “done and worth going back side.” And there have been some additions to the “to try” side as well. I’ve also added a list of “Must Eat” dishes at some iconic restaurants in town.
Remember to print it up double-sided and keep it in your wallet so that you have it with you at all times when it might prove useful – that or download it to your phone. As per usual if you have any comments, suggestions or ideas, please feel free to email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. And if anyone is interested, the previous versions have been downloaded more than 2,300 times.
The only thing I could really find online were these two excerpts from videos by Ms. Biggs. M. Dorion does not appear to do the internet and Mlle. Moreau hasn’t updated her website in a couple of years.
The second beercast/podcast on beer/Zekecast on beer, whatever. This time I’m drinking La Vache Folle Imperial Milk Stout from the Microbrasserie Charlevoix. Again there isn’t an awful lot about it on the internet.
I bought mine at Epicerie Unique, 4109 Saint Laurent, in Montreal. Some other links you might like are Denis Reid, the artist who designed the label. The Wikipedia definition of Imperial stout. And then I would like to thank Brad Slyde for the background music.
The Cole’s notes version: It’s a really nice beer, the taste, smell and look do not go together as you would expect. But all of them are good. More designed to be drunk in the woods or wood cabin during the winter, it is nonetheless mighty tasty at the tail end of the summer. Black as night with 9% alcohol by volume, drink it slowly.