Holiday Food Traditions of Franco-Americans: Quebec additions to a delicious season

Date(s) - 11/03/2022
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Dana Center Lecture Room


Quebec has given us much more than poutine!

Tourtière (pork pie), crêpes and tarte au sucre (sugar pie) all add a festive character to the Franco-American table.

As the holidays approach, join our panel of avid cooks as they explore Quebec’s traditional and recent contributions to Franco-American holiday fare.  The interactive discussion that follows will give you a chance to share your family’s favorite dishes while learning a few new tricks to add flair to your seasonal celebrations.

Free and Open to All

This event is part of the NH Institute for Franco-American Studies lecture series.


Renée McMaster – Owner of HotMess Poutine and native of Quebec.






Nathalie Hirte – Avid home cook ,native of Quebec and host of Franco Foods





Special guest

Marilou Tremblay-Boucher

Graduate of the École Hôtelière de la Montérégie.  Currently, Sous-Chef at L’incrédule Bistro in Longueuil, Quebec.