Doctor's Review: Medicine on the Move

August 21, 2017
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Say cheese in Charlevoix

Taste Canada right off the field

Plug in the GPS for a whirl through the rolling riverside pastures of Quebec’s Charlevoix region, about an hour east of Quebec City. Most of the stops on the Flavour Trail are clustered just past the charming tourist trap of Baie-St-Paul, and include farms and artisanal producers of cider, chocolate, pâté and cheese. Not to be missed are the Maison d’Affinage Maurice Dufour, home of award-winning Migneron cheese; and the Ferme Basque, producers of local foie gras. For a touch of history, take the ferry to Isle-aux-Coudres and visit the 1830s water and wind mills (pictured) which still grind wheat and buckwheat. For a map and addresses, look under Tourist Circuits on www.charlevoixtourism.com .

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