SLIDE SHOW: Worshipping at Montreal's Nose-to-Tail Temple

By Terrence Henry
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The front dining room of Au Pied de Cochon, before service.
Terrence Henry experiences "whole hog" dining the Montreal way in
Worshipping at Montreal's Nose-to-Tail Temple.
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The tomato tart, made with San Marzano tomatoes, canned in-house each summer.
Terrence Henry experiences "whole hog" dining the Montreal way in
Worshipping at Montreal's Nose-to-Tail Temple.
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The magical "Duck in a Can."
Terrence Henry experiences "whole hog" dining the Montreal way in
Worshipping at Montreal's Nose-to-Tail Temple.
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Frites, cheese curds, gravy, and foie gras: the Foie Gras Poutine.
Terrence Henry experiences "whole hog" dining the Montreal way in
Worshipping at Montreal's Nose-to-Tail Temple.
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A dish of boudin and sausages.
Terrence Henry experiences "whole hog" dining the Montreal way in
Worshipping at Montreal's Nose-to-Tail Temple.
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Pudding Chomeur , or "Poor Man's Pudding."
Terrence Henry experiences "whole hog" dining the Montreal way in
Worshipping at Montreal's Nose-to-Tail Temple.

This article available online at:

http://www.theatlantic.com/health/archive/2010/04/slide-show-worshipping-at-montreals-nose-to-tail-temple/39069/