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This is actually one area that I would love to learn more about!
Of course, there are some local specialties that I have long enjoyed, such as smoked meat, or poutine. Who does not like those? I try and make sure to fet those every trip I take up there.
However, the flavor of Québec is likely a lot more complex than that. Here is the link to an article which may give a clue to that:
Top 10 Foods to Eat in Quebec