Tremblant Gourmand: A Foodie Heaven in Quebec

North America‚Äôs biggest festival for active foodies, Tremblant Gourmand combines great food experiences, with active activities for those that like a balance of both. This one-week long festival runs in September each year in Mount Tremblant, Quebec and sees approximately 65,000 attendees over the course of the eight days. The festival brings several vendors who set up tents within the pedestrian village at the base of Mount Tremblant, and even on the mountain itself. It also runs several active fitness activities like yoga classes and hikes, and has chef demonstrations, and local restaurants all participating in different ways. When I was in Tremblant this past weekend, I had a chance to experience Gourmand and some of the activities from the long list they were hosting. On Friday, I arrived in Tremblant, and although it was a bit quieter due to it being back to school time, it only got busier as the day progressed. Upon arrival, my group and I headed to catch a demonstration by famous Quebecois chef, Anne Desjardins at Place St-Bernard (the main square of the pedestrian village, and main stage for the event). Anne led us through how to make beef tataki, which shockingly was way … Continue reading Tremblant Gourmand: A Foodie Heaven in Quebec