Lobster tail fried on a stick. Whelks expertly roasted in butter and chives. Sweet and creamy scallop ceviche. Crisp, minerally oysters on the half shell everywhere. Which isn’t surprising considering the dominant culture is Acadian, the same French diaspora that settled New Orleans. Learn why Conde Nast Traveler agrees that Quebec’s Magdalen Islands are a remote foodie paradise in this online article, published April 9, 2018.
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