A Tribute to Quebec's Great Women of the Culinary Arts | Montréal en Lumière
February 20, 2020 06:00 PM
On February 20, Rosélys welcomes 8 influential women from the culinary arts field as part of Montreal en Lumière. The five-course menu will highlight the products and creations of these women. Through their passion, each of them has a story to tell, and will do so as the evening goes by.
Come meet and discover:
Vyckie Vaillancourt, O’Citrus: At the head of a family farm that has been passed down for six generations, Vyckie specializes in growing rare Asian citrus fruits in greenhouses. Her products often appear on our menus, particularly in our desserts.
Marie Beauchemin, Canard du Village: Established for over twenty years, this family business aims to raise quality, non-force fed, antibiotic-free, grain-fed Muscovy Ducks. You can taste the results: their ducks have been on the Rosélys menu since we first opened.
Valérie Le Blond, Jardin des Chefs: Located in the beautiful region of Les Éboulements, Valérie Leblond's farm specializes in Gorria peppers as well as miniature vegetables. Between sky and sea, the farm takes advantage of an extended season to produce high-quality vegetables. Le Jardin has established a solid reputation with the province’s chefs, hence its name.
Marie-Ève Naud, Fromagerie des Grondines: In the enchanting setting of Portneuf, Fromagerie des Grondines produces cheeses from the milk of their own herd of Swiss cows as well as from local goats’ milk. They encourage ethical consumption and their products have been certified organic since their opening.
The Monna sisters, Cassis Monna & Filles: The history of Monna liqueur begins in 1872, in France. It was in 1970 that Bernard Monna moved to Quebec, more precisely l’Île d’Orléans, becoming the province's leading producer of Cassis liqueur. He then passed the tradition on to his daughters, Catherine and Anne, who have since taken over.
Basma Osama, Ceramik B: We are proud to say that Ceramik B. has been present at Rosélys ever since our opening in 2017. Basma Osama’s porcelain tableware stands out for its refined appearance as well as its artisanal character.
Ashley Ouimet, Asha Glass: Glass blower Ashley Ouimet makes tableware and jewelry in fluid shapes and using natural materials. Her creations are individually handmade in Quebec.
Marie Santier, Chez Boulay: As a “comptoir local”, the goal of this Quebec store is to promote local products. In this spirit, their pastry chef Marie Santier enjoys highlighting producers and the fruit of their labour in her desserts. Quebec flavours await!
Five course gourmet dinner for $95 per person plus taxes and service.
Take your evening even further and let our experienced sommelier, Liette Tremblay pair your meal with a selection of wines (+ $75).
• A full refund will be made for a cancellation that will be made before 6 pm, 7 days before the date of the event.