Last week we were on the scene at the launch of Genevieve Everell’s latest French language cookbook, Tartare à la maison. Filled with delicious and inventive recipes for specialty tartar of all kinds including meat, fish and of course vegetarian. The book also a features a section on wine pairing and a selection of addresses in Montreal where you can find all the best ingredients to make your tartar at home. 

wIiDTCh7vKGKiPqfVOfa18L7OUjl63ToFHtE0MJzvPIThe event was held at the fantastic Midway bar on St. Laurent and brought out Montreal’s epicurious media and fans of Everell’s previous book Sushi à la maison. 

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