Lobster rolls

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.

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Lobster rolls

Preparation 10 minutes

Cooking 8 to 10 minutes

4 rolls

Salmon bites

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!

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Salmon rillettes

Preparation 15 minutes

4 servings

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.

Quebec shrimp

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.

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Avocado with nordic shrimp

Preparation 10 minutes

4 servings