Posted on June 10, 2010 by CheeseLover.ca
Once we hit Montreal, it didn’t take us long to find our way to Atwater Market.
Quebec brie oozes from our ham sandwich at Première Moisson, an excellent bakery and café in the market—and many other locations across Montreal.
I know, I know, it isn't cheese but le paté canard et son fois gras was incredibly good at Première Moisson.
La fromagerie Atwater, which carries some 750 varieties of cheese, has served as a cornerstone of the artisan cheese movement in Quebec for two decades.
Sylvie, cheesemonger par excellence at Fromagerie Atwater, introduced us to four new-to-us Quebec cheeses which we'll report on in due course.
Filed under: Brie, Cheese business, Cheese trail, La fromagerie Atwater