Delicious, practical and affordable, cold meats are ideal to garnish your sandwiches, pizzas and to make a pretty party plate . They can also add a smoky, salty or spicy flavor to several other dishes. There are three types of deli meats. Whole cuts come from a complete section of the animal that has been seasoned or cooked. Molded meats consist of multiple meat pieces that are fused together. The last type is transformed [...]
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In winter, keeping a variety of local vegetables on your plate seems hard? Did you know that several locally-grown vegetables are available during the cold season? Turnip, beet, celeriac, carrots, rutabaga, parsnips for example. Rich in minerals, vitamins and especially fiber, these vegetables are delicious baked or in soups. You can even try them raw – beets and celeriac are actually delicious served in salads. [...]
Winter squash are harvested from August to late October. The best known is, the pumpkin, but buttercup, pepper and spaghetti squash are also easy to find. Squash are rich in vitamin A, C, fiber, potassium and beta-carotene. The great thing about squash is you can usually keep them on the counter for a few months, and cook with them all through winter. Pour les introduire auprès de [...]
Did you know that despite their beautifully sweet taste, strawberries are low in carbohydrates, and therefore calorie, so you can enjoy them without feeling guilty! Of course, strawberries are naturally full of flavor, but they can also be served with a little sugar, cream or maple syrup for extra goodness. And why not soaked in chocolate or in a fruit salad? Baked, strawberries make excellent jams, coulis and pies, sans [...]
If you are tired of consuming your vegetables in solid form or if you have children who are reluctant to vegetables, fruit and vegetable smoothies or juices are a good alternative to consume the nutrients the body needs to be healthy. You will simply need a juicer (blender) and some recipes. These are very easy to find on the Internet. Un seul verre par jour [...]
It's not just kids who love chocolate. At Bourassa you find perfumes fine chocolate bars… Milk chocolate with liqueur Kahlua, white chocolate filled with hazelnut praline, Dark chocolate coffee, black chocolate almonds and pears, milk chocolate and caramelised almonds, White Chocolate with whole caramelized almonds pistachio and orange, and more. Pamper yourself, Happy Easter! [...]
Good news! For maple syrup lovers which will take over the sugar shacks in a few weeks. A study published by Laval University in 2013 demonstrates that maple syrup contains about five times more polyphenols than honey, corn syrup, and brown rice syrup. So, do not hesitate to use your maple syrup on pancakes. Only not have a low glycemic index, but his qualities far outweigh those of all sweeteners [...]
Our passion for the food industry, it runs in the family!
Founded in nineteen fifty-one by Mr. Roger Bourassa, in Shawbridge, Quebec, S.BOURASSA was passed down to his son Mr. Serge Bourassa in nineteen sixty-five.
Over the years, S.BOURASSA Ltd has grown into one of the most innovative and distinctive supermarkets in the Laurentian area.
Along with his ex-wife and their three children, the Bourassa family has set up four warehouse-style supermarkets in : Saint-Sauveur, Sainte-Agathe-des-Monts, Mont-Tremblant and recently, in Mirabel.
To the delight of its customers, staff and the Bourassa family, the tradition of quality, freshness and customer satisfaction is still alive today, more than sixty-five years later.
At Bourassa, we care for the community we live and work in. Through volunteer activities and financial support, we are committed to improving the well-being of our community.
Follow the harvest calendar... and eat fresh year-round
With its seasonal arrivals, S. Bourassa grocery store encourages you to enjoy the best of what the season has to offer. Asparagus in spring, strawberries in June, raspberries in July, corn in August, crisp juicy apples in September and all kinds of squash in October. Through agreements negotiated with our local partners, we are proud to offer our customers these great products grown in Quebec, at competitive rates.
So, take the opportunity to stock-up on the freshness in the form of preserves or canings. and capture the best of Quebec ’s flavors to enjoy all year-round. To know more about our seasonal arrivals, regularly visit our website or subscribe to our weekly specials flyer.