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2015 Ste-Anne Garlic Festival – August 22, 2015

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This weekend is the Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue garlic festival.

I’m always excited about the festival but I’m extra excited for this one because we’ve got two new workshops on the slate.

One of those workshops is all about Black Garlic with Andrew Craig from Major Craig’s. What is Black Garlic? Well come on out to the workshop to find out!

The second new workshop is a garlic tasting I’m leading. During the session I will introduce and describe a number of different garlic horticultural groups. We will sample 4 groups raw and 3 groups roasted. I’ve chosen groups that are quite distinct one from the other to really highlight the differences.

You can get all the details about the festival here: http://steannegarlicfestival.wordpress.com/ or on Facebook

If you plan on coming and want to invite your friends, you can share our Facebook event.

Now I’ve got to get back to my garlic toothbrush and keep cleaning!

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Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Garlic Festival on Aug. 23

Two days until the Ste-Anne-Garlic festival! Find out more at http://steannegarlicfestival.wordpress.com/  or on Facebook

We are busy brushing garlic bulbs with toothbrushes for the occasion!

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If you can’t make the event, you can live vicariously through last year’s garlic fest video.

2012 Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue Garlic Festival

The 2012 SAB garlic festival is on August 18 – only 9 days away!

You can find our more on

And/or read the following press realease …

For Immediate Release:

Quebec’s Premiere Garlic Festival Gears Up for 6th Edition August 18

Ste-Anne-de-Bellevue, QC: It’s Garlic Harvest time, and that means the annual celebration SATURDAY AUG. 18th (over 1000 attendees last year) at the Ste-Anne’s Farmers Market is devoted to tasting, shopping, and learning about garlic. This year there are some new things added to the roster designed as a destination for the foodie, the curious and the whole family.

 NEW this year, a free outdoor film screening of the folk cult documentary, Garlic is as Good as Ten Mothers, by Les Blank, at Co-Op Grand Orme, 20h00.

Returning this yearTHE GREAT GARLIC DESSERT CHALLENGE.

All cooks are challenged to share their BEST GARLIC DESSERT. Last year’s winner, Montrealer Janice Benthin, took her Triple Garlic Cheesecake recipe to the top at the Gilroy Garlic International Festival, July 28, 2012.  She was one of 8 finalists chosen from 200 entries around North America. Submissions should be received by 10 am Saturday August 18th. A panel of 3 judges will determine a winner based on criteria including it’s “GARLICOCITY”.

Returning this year – The GARLIC GROWERS’ COMPETITION.
Open to ALL growers, the contest will showcasegarlic specimens in2 classes: single bulbs & braids. Think you know what a perfect garlic bulb looks like? Submissions should also be received before 10 am Saturday August 18h. Prizes available for both contests. Contest details can be found on the website.

FOR SALE:  Garlicky foodstuffs at the 40+ vendors’ tables. Amongst others, BBQ Garlic Sausages; Bruschettas, Garlic Pestos; Goat Cheese with Garlic; Roasted Garlic Empanadas from Madame Taco…

LOCAL FARMERS will be selling varieties of their certified organic garlic bulbs and/or garlic braids for eating and planting. Taste it to believe it.

GARLIC ‘TALKS’ from local garlic experts, back by popular demand!

  • 9:00 Farmers Market Opens, Festival Begins    
  • 9:30 Grow Great Garlic at Home                  
  • 10:45 Garlic Braiding Demo
  • 12:30 Garlic Cooking Demo & Tastes
  • 13:30 The Curative Powers of Garlic!
  • 14:00 Market Ends
  • 20:00 Film Screening

Daniel Brisebois, the event organizer says:« This garlic festival has become the destination for garlic lovers in the region. I never get tired of talking about garlic and in the 5 years we’ve been holding this event, more and more folks come out. There is always something new to learn. People are never disappointed”.

The Ste-Anne farmer’s market is dedicated to local, ecological food and agriculture. All artisans and producers come from the region and many are certified organic. The market is at the waterfront, at the intersection of Ste. Anne and St. Pierre Streets.

Contact: Patti Murphy teatimetango@gmail.com 514-457-1848