Loukoumades: le péché sucré des Grecs

Loukoumades: the sweet sin of the Greeks

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He is the seventh in a family of 11 children. “The largest family of Greek origin in Montreal,” Billy Siounis, better known as Mr. Puffs, proudly assures me. This is the name he gave to his loukoumades, a traditional Greek pastry that he has been trying to introduce into our Quebec customs since 2004.

In his small, unpretentious business on Notre-Dame Boulevard, located in the heart of Laval's Greek community, his employees are busy preparing their brand new orange Puffmobile for their first official outing at First Fridays at the Montreal Olympic Stadium.

“It’s important to get out of our community to make yourself known,” notes the friendly and talkative 37-year-old businessman. He has the generous smile and the contagious passion of creative people. A slight overweight betrays his greedy side which he accepts with good nature.

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