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Thursday, September 20, 2007

Honey in Quebec

I just got home from a 10 day vacation, hiking in Quebec in the Charlevoix area. While in Quebec City I went to the Marche du Vieux-Port to see the market and produce there.

I was so pleased to find a honey vendor. The nice guy running the stand is not the beekeeper (disappointment) but he was fun to talk to and he did sell me a jar of blueberry honey (below).

The fresh blueberries were in every stall in the market. The honey is good. I'm going to save the jar for our Bee club's honey tasting next year.





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