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    Since 1972

    Michel et Victoire Palardy

    All merchants |  Fruit and vegetable growers, Horticulturists

    Michel et Victoire Palardy,
    For three generations, the Palardy have been at the Jean-Talon Market as agricultural producers. Come see them as soon as the sunny days show up to get their famous vegetable plants, herbs and fruits or their gladioli but also to enjoy the products of their fields such as thirty varieties of peppers; eggplants; cantaloupes; etc.

    The Palardy welcome you from early May to late October.

    Useful information

  • Opening period : June to October
  • Production location : Sainte-Madeleine
  • Contact information

  • Phone : 450.278.1105
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    Zucchini

    We know this member of the cucurbitaceae family by its Italian name, which means "little squash." Zucchinis are excellent in ratatouille, or sauteed, fried, stuffed, au gratin or in soup. Zucchinis don't have many calories (approximately 15 calories per 100 g) and contain useful amounts of folate, potassium, vitamin A, which attack free radicals and protect the eyes, and rutin (vitamin P), which helps oxidize cholesterol.

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    Red rhubarb

    The red rhubarb is a type softer and less acid than the green. Her petiole is rich in vitamin C (12 mg / 100 grams), in fibers, in minerals such as the phosphor, potassium, calcium and magnesium. In XVIII ième century, she was using as medicinal plant thanks to purgatives properties, antiseptic effect on liver problems and anti-inflammatory effect on the oral mucous membranes. But attention on her limb ( the leaf), it will be toxic in great quantities.

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    Red Radish

    Deliciously fresh and crunchy, slightly peppery.

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    Winter squash

    Dark orange flesh, smooth. Enjoy it smashed, in soup and pastries.

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    Leak

    Green vegetable, to cook: excellent for soup or fried with some cream... delicious!

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    Epazote plant

    Type of mexican herb frequently used for stomach pain and digestion problem. From the chénopodes family (Chenopodium ambrosioides), its properties being carminative (anti gas), worm, antispasmodic and stomachique; she allows to restore faintness intestinal. On the other hand, attention not to give it too much to the children and to the pregnant women.
    Other names given in this plants: apasote, cimin contract, tea of Mexico, ragweed of Mexico, nitna, mintina.

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    Herb plant

    Fresh herbs plants are perfects for your garden or your balcony. Depending the merchant, you will find plants of: basil, coriander, curry, chives, eucalyptus, Moroccan mint, spearmint, oregano, rosemary, savory, stevia, thyme... Used it to flavor a flat or to make tea!

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    Ghost chili pepper

    With its 1,000, 000 of Scotville scale*, this hot pepper of habanero type will become the fire at yours lingual papillas.

    *Scotville scale: measures the pungency (spicy heat) of chili peppers. From 100 to 500: sweet pepper.

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    Cherry pepper

    Small, sweet and mild pepper.

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    Jalapeño pepper

    Superhot pepper.

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    Poblano pepper

    Hot pepper.

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    Pepper

    Depending the merchant, you will find them in different colors. Yellow, red and orange are sweeter than green. Delicious in salads, casseroles ... a ray of sunshine in your plate!

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    Mint

    The leaf, fresh or dried, is the culinary source of mint. Fresh mint is usually preferred over dried mint when storage of the mint is not a problem. The leaves have a warm, fresh, aromatic, sweet flavor with a cool aftertaste. Mint leaves are used in teas, beverages, jellies, syrups, candies, and ice creams. In Middle Eastern cuisine, mint is used on lamb dishes, while in British cuisine and American cuisine, mint sauce and mint jelly are used, respectively.

    Alcoholic drinks sometimes feature mint for flavor or garnish, such as the mint julep and the mojito. Crème de menthe is a mint-flavored liqueur used in drinks such as the grasshopper.

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    Lettuce

    A great leafy vegetable for your salads.

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    Hydrangea

    Beautiful perennial plant with  large flowers of various colours. Its blooms will enchant you throughout the season. Requires a lot of water. Can be replanted in your garden. Known in Europe as "Hortensia."

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    Québec raspberry

    Small, sweet red berry with a slight tang. Buy them fresh and don't forget to freeze some for the rest of the year! You don't really need us to tell you how to enjoy this fruit! Indulge yourself and eat it as you wish: fresh, with yogurt, cereals, in a pie, jam, or salad ... the possibilities are endless!

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    Québec strawberry

    Small red berries, freshly picked! From sweet to very sweet... it's Mother Nature who decides!

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    Butternut squash

    Long and sweet orange squash, fragrant, with nuts flavors. Cook it in whatever way suits you best: salad, soup, dessert... Enjoy!

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    Ambercup squash

    Orange squash, sweet taste with nutty flavors. Enjoy it raw, in salad, or roasted, mashed, in soup, or in pastries.

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    Delicata squash

    Elongated squash, with a pale color and green stripes. Yellow flesh, sweet taste and hazelnut flavors. Delicious roasted or stuffed.

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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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    Chard

    Everything is good in this leafy vegetable! Eat the steam as well as the leafs. Different ways to cook it: sauté, steamed, as a salad (with the leafs, at the beginning of the season) or as a soup… ask your merchant for recipes!

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    Eggplant

    An essential ingredient in ratatouille and moussaka. Eggplants will jazz up your summer dishes! And did you know that they are full of anti-oxidants?

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    Asparagus from Quebec

    Discovered to the antique in Eurasia, it’s the first vegetable of the summer in Quebec. Short-term product in cool temperature, it’s very important to make a good choise. They must be firms, supples and resistants in the break, have a well ear and not be too dry or crumple on the base.
    To cook them, no peel, remove only the base and put in a cauldron of slightly salted boiling water, about ten minutes. Serve them with lemon and oil, with a vinaigrette or simply nature; you will be crazy about it!

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