They're writing about us in New Jersey! — NJMA News
July 1, 2019
For tourists interested in mushrooms, Mycoboutique is a must-see in Montréal. Upon leaving, they lament the absence of such a shop where they live, and return home with plenty of stories to tell the locals.
For instance, the New Jersey Mycological Association has devoted an entire page in its latest newsletter to what was, for its vice-president, Frank Marra, a memorable visit: a wonderful store with everything fungal that you could ever want, he concludes.
Les cueilleurs poussent comme des champignons — Le Devoir
October 19, 2018
The journalist Katia Tobar tells with a lot of sensitivity her mushroom excursion with the Mycoboutique.
Folie champi — La Presse
September 30, 2017
A journalist participates in an excursion organised by the Mycoboutique.
Folie champi — La Presse +
September 16, 2017
A journaliste of La Presse +, Isabelle Morin, follows a guide of Mycoboutique, Judith Noël Gagnon, in own of our mushrooms excursion.
One of Montreal's Top Ten Attractions — The Montreal Gazette
July 4, 2017
In an interview with a Montreal Gazette journalist, the author of the new book 300 Reasons to Love Montreal ranked Mycoboutique in the top ten list of the city's points of interest.
Everything to Know About our Local Mushrooms — Journal de Montréal
June 30, 2017
The mushroom species found in teh surrounding forests, explained by Judith Noël-Gagnon, biologist and manager of the Mycoboutique.
300 Reasons to love Montréal — Éditions de l'Homme
June 29, 2017
Vibrant, cultural, heteroclite, French-speaking, multilingual: Montréal is both multiple and unique in its kind. In 2017, in celebration of the city's 375th anniversary, Claire Bouchard writes in "300 reasons to love Montreal": "not only is Mycoboutique an exceptional source of mushrooms, but it also offers numerous workshops and forays to initiate the aficionados in becoming ". "Magical," she concludes.
The Mycoboutique on the French-language Radio Show Médium Large — radio
June 27, 2017
A nice mention of the Mycoboutique on the French-language radio show Médium Large. Click on 10 h 51 Les brèves de nos chroniqueurs
Make room for mushrooms — The Winnipeg Free Press
February 4, 2017
Tom Nagy mentions the Mycoboutique as a place to get mycelium
Those who create trends and make Montreal a cool city — Montréal Gazette
April 1, 2016
Under the title Those who create trends and make Montreal a cool city, the April 1st edition of the Montreal Gazette has devoted a page to our business and that of Normand Laprise.
Normand’s restaurant, Toqué!, is recognized as one of the best (if not the best) restaurant in Canada.
Chaga: le champignon qui aime l'hiver — La Presse
January 26, 2016
L'hiver, la nature dort. Mais quelques cueilleurs en profitent pour s'aventurer dans les forêts de bouleaux à la recherche d'un précieux champignon médicinal : le chaga. Et ce ne sont plus uniquement les amateurs d'aliments naturels qui le réclament. Les chefs s'y intéressent de plus en plus.
La révolution des champignons — Flèche
January 1, 2016
On parle de la culture des champignons et des trousses de culture.
Chasse aux champignons — Nature Sauvage
September 1, 2015
What you need to start picking wild mushrooms.
Hotel no madokara — From the window of a hotel
September 12, 2014
Delightful visit of Japanese television last October. Their take was recently broadcasted on Japanese tv.
At 7 minutes 50 in the film, wacht the interview with the Mycoboutique's manager and biologist Judith Gagnon Noël.
Mushroom robbery — CTV
September 11, 2014
A roberry of mushroom (Maitake) on a private land near Montreal led the journalist Denise Roberts to make a report with the collaboration of the Mycoboutique.
All Things Mushroom: Mycoboutique on St-Denis St. — Urban Expressions, The Gazette
July 23, 2014
L’hiver en vert — ledevoir.com
September 21, 2013
Le chaga : un champignon médicinal de nos forêt — Coach-in
May 16, 2013
Profiter du printemps à Montréal — La Presse
April 24, 2013
Dévorer Montréal — Gastronomic Guide
March 26, 2013
This brand new guide to Montreal cuisine takes us on a journey of discovery to some of the more innovative restaurants and businesses and some of the most pleasurable dining expereiences on the island.
The authors like the Mycoboutique ''because it gives justice to mushrooms, whose gastronomic virtues are unsurpassed.''
Montréal par la racine — CIBL 101,5
January 15, 2013
An interview with Pierre Noël discussing mushrooms in the context of urban agriculture that aired on Montreal par la racine on January 15, 2013 at 9:30am.
MSN — 15 aliments inusités pour les Fêtes
December 6, 2012
AgriValée Vol. 14 — AgriValée
November 14, 2012
100 Boutiques Gourmandes à Montreal — Guide Mixeur 2012
November 12, 2012
Ricardo magazine v10 n08 — Ricardo magazine
September 26, 2012
Ricardo Saison 11 / Épisode 13 — Ricardo
September 26, 2012
Allons à la chasse aux champignons! — http://www.lapresse.ca
September 15, 2012
Sur la piste des mycologues — Le Devoir
May 5, 2012
Bien dans son assiette — Radio CBC
February 28, 2012
Cuisinez comme Louis — Television show on Canal Vie
February 19, 2012
Small chronic on dried mushrooms (at the end)
Les champignons forestiers — HRI magazine
February 18, 2012
Review on wild mushrooms in Québec
Musty Beginnings — The College Hill Independent (Providence, Rhode Island)
February 15, 2012
An article about the popularization of indoor mushroom growing, featuring the Mycoboutique's own Émile Gluck-Thaler.
Wooden Spoon S.1 E.6 — Concordia University Television (CUTV)
November 4, 2011
Interview with Judith Noël Gagnon from Mycoboutique (at 12mn).
Plaisirs Gourmands — CIBL
September 14, 2011
Interview with Pierre Noël, Mycoboutique owner, at CIBL radio.
Foraging excursion — VOIR
August 18, 2011
A journalist, head of the VOIR magazine's Art of living section, describes her recent experience foraging in the Eastern Townships forest (Qc) with a group of apprentices guided by experts from the boutique.
Le coprin à la Mycoboutique — La Presse
April 30, 2011
Cueillette de champignons sauvages — Par-dessus le marché
February 11, 2011
When picking wild mushrooms in the woods, it's convenient to be quided by an expert. Chantal Fontaine, host of a popular gastronomical program on TVA Channel, found an outstanding one : Judith Noël-Gagnon joined here in a enjoyable foray.