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    Since 1960

    Alain Dauphinais

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    Alain Dauphinais, Maraîchers
    Since 1960, the Dauphinais family offers its finest fruits and vegetables directly from their farm. Specialties consist of more than 20 varieties of apples and many kinds of small berries including blueberries, strawberries, currants and raspberries.

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  • Opening period : June to October
  • Production location : Hemmingford
  • Contact information

  • Phone : 514.937.5654
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    Québec field tomato

    A juicy fruit that's excellent in salads and sandwiches! Several varieties available, depending on time of year and merchants: Italian, baby Italian, round, grape, cherry, a variety of shapes and colors... ask your merchants for their favourites!

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    Cherry tomato

    Differents colors, depending on the merchants. The yellow ones are sweeter than the red ones. This small tomatoes are great for salads or with aperitif.

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    Cortland Apple

    A firm, sweet apple, great for both eating and cooking. As of December, some merchants sell "controlled atmosphere" Cortlands (which guarantees better conservation at home).

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    Empire Apple

    Dark red apple, with a sweet, slightly tart taste and very firm flesh. Great for eating.

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    Lobo Apple

    A sweet apple, great for making apple sauce.

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    Royal Gala Apple

    A sweet and very crisp apple.

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    Russet Apple

    A golden-coloured apple with a sweet, aromatic, refreshingly tart flavour. Its flesh is slightly crisp and juicy. Great for pies!

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    Honeycrisp Apple

    This delicious apple has been produced in Québec for several years. Crisp, juicy and sweet, it keeps well in the fridge.

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    Organic McIntosh

    The McIntosh or McIntosh Red (colloquially the Mac) is an apple cultivar. The fruit has red and green skin, a tart flavour, and tender white flesh, and ripens in late September. Once the most popular cultivar in Eastern Canada and New England, the McIntosh is well known for the pink apple sauce the unpeeled fruit make. It is also well-suited for cider and pies. Apple Inc. employee Jef Raskin named the Macintosh line of personal computers after the fruit.

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    Pear

    Pears are a good source of dietary fiber and a good source of vitamin C. Most of the vitamin C, as well as the dietary fiber, is contained within the skin of the fruit.

    Pears are less allergenic than many other fruits, and pear juice is therefore sometimes used as the first juice introduced to infants. However, caution is recommended for all fruit juice consumption by infants, as studies have suggested a link between excessive fruit juice consumption and reduced nutrient intake, as well as a tendency towards obesity.

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    Red Currant

    Tiny tart berry. Great for jelly-making!

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    Spaghetti squash

    Yellow squash. Its name comes from the fact that once cooked, the flesh can be removed by long filaments, and looks like spaghetti! Sweet and neutral taste, with nutty flavors. Delicious gratinated, in stew. Use it also as pasta!

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    Acorn squash

    Dark green rind, yellow-white flesh, sweet with pepper and nutty flavors. This squash can be prepared in soup or in stew.

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    Pumpkin

    In addition to being the star Deco Halloween pumpkins feast our taste buds!

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    Sour Cherry

    Perfect for muffins, pies, or even to flavour strong spirits.

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    Cranberry

    Harvested in autumn in Québec, fresh cranberry is a small red fruit, with a rich and sour taste. Perfect for sauce and desserts. For example, did you know that cranberry sauce goes well with poultry or with a dark chocolate dessert? Cranberry is full of vitamin C and antioxidant.

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    Blueberry

    You can find this small blue fruit cultivated throughout Québec. Blueberries are great fresh, in pies, in jam or in your morning bowl of yogurt !

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