Friends, I think it's safe to say that we're firmly in cabane a sucre season in Quebec.\nREAD ALSO: Montreal Hosting Massive “Maple Syrup Food Festival”\nIf you don't know what cabane a sucre season is, let me assure you: it's pretty much the most wonderful time of the year.\nvia @camillenormandin\nSugar shacks throughout Quebec prep for the maple syrup harvesting season by offering huge, all-you-can-eat meals consisting of traditional Quebec dishes (like bacon, sausages, beans, and oreilles de crisse, for example) and lots and lots of locally harvested maple syrup.\nPlus, you know. That tire sur la neige though.\nvia @_engone\nOne Quebec sugar shack happens to offer an all-you-can-eat traditional Quebecois feast (with maple syrup aplenty) for the super fair price of $20.44.\nvia @thu_hanh\nErabliere A La Feuille d'Erable (156 Chemin du Sous-Bois, Mont-Saint-Grégoire, QC ) is a cute, super traditional sugar shack about 40 minutes outside of Montreal.\nvia @sara_white87\nTheir sugar shack rates for 2017, which includes the legit AYCE feast, are super fair. During the weekend, adults can expect to pay $20.44; during the week, it's $17.40.\nvia @angelaimc\nSo, cabane a sucre lovers, rejoice. A super inexpensive, super delicious time awaits you.\nvia @sara_white87\nSounds like the most fun sugar shack ever? Then check out their website for more information.