Satisfy every taste for the holidays
The holiday season brings its share of celebrations and festivities, but also challenges, when comes the time to host loved ones with special diets. This year, Rachelle Béry is making everything easier and delicious, thanks to Ève-Lyne Auger, who presents her best ideas for serving a vegan main course, a local dessert and gluten-free sweets!
A fruit cake that’s 100% Québécois
Christmas is the perfect opportunity to introduce local products to your loved ones, such as Arhoma's fruit cake and Christmas cake. They are 100% from here, and Ève-Lyne Auger serves them with a spiced whipped cream gourmet coffee. A sweet treat that will satisfy all tastes.
These days, you’ll often find flexitarians, vegetarians, vegans, and omnivores gathered around the same holiday table. So how do you host such a mixed crowd? No need to panic. We’ve got your back with 4 tips to help you entertain inclusively with a festive flexitarian holiday feast!
These days, lots of people have turned towards vegetarian and vegan eating for different (and very good) reasons. This holiday season, you too can be the vegetarian host(ess) with the most(est)—without reinventing the wheel. So keep reading for our 5 tips on how to plan a vegetarian feast that won’t leave you frazzled, or any of your guests leaving hungry.
Maybe your gluten-intolerant guest or loved one is coming to dinner, or perhaps you’re the gluten-free eater you’re cooking for. So you won’t be stuck the kitchen all season long, we’ve taken the guesswork out of how to prepare a festive gluten-free holiday feast. Although you won’t find any traces of wheat in this menu, the starter, main, and dessert are full of holiday magic and packed with traditional-yet-elevated flavours.