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A few years ago, when I was seven months pregnant, my husband asked if I would mind if he and a friend went off on an adventure. “It may be my last time,” he said eyeing my ever-expanding belly. The destination was at Au Pied de Cochon (APDC), Montreal madman Martin Picard’s celebrated mecca of [...]