La boulangerie de grand-maman

This interactive workshop will engage you into a unique and fun experience based on the traditional skills of our past. Although the workshop uses a more modern technique for the fabrication of the product, Grammy Jean will take you through an interpretative presentation of how butter was made in days gone by. This workshop seeks to recognize the important role women played in the organization of the household, as well as to highlight the extensive labor endured by our ancestors for their ultimate survival. Each participant will leave the workshop with their very own butter, buttermilk biscuits and recipe card! 9 :00 AM - 12 :00 PM (every Monday morning) By reservation ONLY (48 hours in advance) at (418) 937-4754. Note: Children 12 and under participate for free.



787, road Principal
(Quebec, Canada)

Phone : 418 985-2116Phone : 418 985-2116

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Island Grosse Île Island
We speak English

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