Arrêts Gourmands The know-how of our gourmet stops - Les Bleuets du Vire-Crêpes: blueberries in all their forms
It was in the winter of 1997 that Anne Ladouceur and Alain Soulard bought a piece of land in the Saint-Nicolas area, west of Lévis. The following spring, they had a nice surprise: on their vast land grew wild blueberry plants.
Les Cervidés• July 7, 2021
Foody Nature Anna's Roadtips - Ice Cream Time!
Anna is now 6 weeks old, it's time to introduce her to a perfect place to rest, enjoy the scenery and above all eat a good blueberry ice cream.
Sarah Moore• May 9, 2021
Foody Nature Tourist Wanted: The Foodie
You don’t become a gourmand by choice, it’s a gift that life offers you. My parents always did a lot of cooking at home and the smells, the sounds of meats being cooked as they crackle in the pan and the panoply of flavours have always been a part of my life. And so, it was no great surprise that I ended up becoming a chef, a gourmand and the perfect person to fit the profile of ‘’Foodie Wanted’’.
Jean-Philippe Ouellet• June 3, 2017
Foody Nature Feel like you're on vacation even on weeknights!
I am fortunate to live close to Chemin Vire-Crêpes in Saint-Nicolas, in the western sector of Lévis. On this path, we find several agricultural producers who come together under the name of Chemin de la Fraîcheur. One company that the whole family is particularly fond of is Les Bleuets du Vire-Crêpes. You can go there to eat delicious lunches in their café, to buy all kinds of beautiful blueberry products in their shop, but we, more often than not, it's to end the day with a good ice cream that we found there.
Stéphanie Allard• August 13, 2020
Foody Nature Les Bleuets du Vire-Crêpes, one of Claudelle's favourites
The Chemin de la Fraîcheur route, located along the Chemin Vire-Crêpes in the sector of St-Nicolas, offers berry lovers the perfect opportunity to taste seasonal produce in a country setting.
Claudelle Marcoux• June 1, 2017