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Bowluvr | Dec 15, 201106:34 PM     15

Hello All,

I used to live up near the Quebec border, in NY state, and fell in love with the Quebec "grillade" spice mix that one could buy at the grocery stores in the area. The stuff I used to buy was likely mixed at the stores that sold it, since it was sold in deli cups and priced by weight.

Now I am in North Carolina and trying to find either a place to order this spice mix online, or (even better) a recipe to make my own. Sadly, all I can find when I type in anything to do with "grillade" gives me a Cajun/Louisiana "grillade." It just doesn't seem like the same thing at all. I've seen references to "Montreal Spice" but this is not the same as what I have been using either.

I'm almost out of the Quebec grillade spice that I brought down here with me. Can anyone here help? I would be incredibly grateful.

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