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Where to get your holiday provisions
Gourmet delights

By Isabelle Bergeron 14 December 2017

Did you know Brome-Missisquoi is the MRC that has the most agro-tourist businesses in the province of Québec? We would like to have provided a more extensive listing, but for lack of space here are a few places where you can stock up on provisions for your holiday meals.


Prepared food

Les Jardins de la colline (Brigham).  Here you’ll find a complete holiday menu! Patés, desserts, marinades, meat from local producers, etc.

Chez Matis (Sutton). French pastries, gourmet and specialty products, meals to go…a great place to stop before hosting your holiday guests!



Canaël (Bromont). Breads, Dutch and other pastries in the same bake shop. You can also order one of their incredible Christmas logs.

La Mie Bretonne (Cowansville). You won’t be going home empty-handed, that’s for sure! Breads, Danish and assorted pastries and gourmet foodstuffs…this is where you’ll find that special touch for your holiday receptions.

Capitaine Levain (Stanbridge East). Here you can buy an array of breads and pastries, all organic certified.

Bernard le boulanger (Dunham). Healthy and delicious bread…that’s the menu offering of this craft bakery, which bakes breads solely from stone-ground flour and organic ingredients.



Les Sucreries de l’Érable (Frelighsburg). Maple syrup, peach and pear pies, pets de sœur (brown sugar rolls), chocolate pear cake…we bet your mouth is already watering!

Désirables gâteries (Bromont). You have your choice of a wide variety of pies and all sorts of alluring treats. You can also get your tourtières here.

Atelier Caramel (Cowansville). Sure, you go here for the caramel, but there are also plenty of other sumptuous products, including cakes, quiches and brownies…


And all of the other fine shops…  

La Fromagerie des Cantons (Farnham). Seven different types of cheeses are on sale here, including raw milk cheeses.

Le Canard du Lac-Brome (Lac-Brome). At the boutique, you can buy a variety of duck products, including whole ducks. It’s an opportunity to amaze your guests!

La Rumeur Affamée (Sutton and Dunham). You’ll find a nice selection of craft breads, Danish pastries, cheeses, sausages and much more.

Diablement bon (Farnham). Breads, cheeses, craft cold cuts, pastries, chocolates…your basket is sure to be brimming after you’ve shopped here!

Vineyards and cider houses on the Wine Route. Twenty-two vineyards and cider houses stay open, some of them are even open in the winter months, to allow you to come and stock up on wines and ciders. Pick up a few locally made brands and surprise your guests!



Isabelle Bergeron

Au cours des 15 dernières années, Isabelle a travaillé comme journaliste pour différents magazines (Coup de pouce, le Bel Âge, Véro, etc.), ainsi que comme édimestre, chargée de projet en édition et responsable des communications. Passionnée de voyages, les petits comme les grands, Isabelle occupe aujourd’hui le poste de rédactrice pour Tourisme Cantons-de-l’Est et collabore avec le CLD de Brome-Missisquoi.

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