A New England classic, the lobster roll is a great way to enjoy in-season Quebec crustaceans. Some people are fans of the traditional recipe—a hot-dog bun stuffed with lobster meat, mayonnaise, celery and lemon juice—while others prefer mixing in curry, Tabasco sauce or fresh herbs.
What to drink with this lobster roll ?
This Eastern Townships sparkling wine pairs well with this sandwich where the lobster meat is highlighted. Vibrant and fruity, it perfectly complements the iodine character and the freshness of the preparation.
For a fresh and festive 5 à 7, swap the classic charcuterie and cheese platter for salmon rillettes. Given that there are so many recipe variations to choose, opt for whatever you have in your kitchen: cream cheese, yogourt, mustard, capers, chives, dill or lemon juice. Plus, it’s a great way to use leftover cooked salmon!
What to drink with salmon rillettes?
Like taking a bite of red fruits and grapefruit, this rosé promises a breath of freshness and a perfect match with canapes of salmon rillettes.
Northern shrimp is a very popular springtime staple. Delicious in salads, spring rolls, sandwiches, as a canapé or simply tossed in a bit of lime juice, Quebec shrimp is loved for its delicate flavour and tender texture.
What to drink with this shrimp-stuffed avocado?
The new Romeo’s Gin Fizz 100% natural cooler combines the famous Romeo’s Gin produced in Quebec and a drink with flavours of cucumber and lemon. Like spring, it promises plenty of freshness and a perfect match with our stuffed avocado recipe.
Photos: David De Stefano