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01-27-2013, 01:25 PM
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Moishes DOES sell smoked meat.
No they don't.

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I want a dirty, greasy filthy poutine now, dammit... with bacon!

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I want a dirty, greasy filthy poutine now, dammit... with bacon!
Decarie Hot Dogs.

You have a 1 and 3 chance of dying within 60 minutes of consumption... but it's worth every bite.

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Decarie Hot Dogs.

You have a 1 and 3 chance of dying within 60 minutes of consumption... but it's worth every bite.
Haha I used to go there after the bar on my home when I was a teenager... over a decade ago! Still swing by now and then, too.

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This thread made me so hungry for poutine I am having it for dinner during the game.

I am going to saute some onions and peppers and throw in some pulled pork I already have in the fridge. I can get cheese curds at a local store here and will just make powdered gravy, I usually make fresh gravy but this works well in a pinch. I always fry my French fries in the deep fryer and make sure they're crispy and well seasoned. Going to layer everything together and heat in the oven till the cheese melts, will be soooo good!

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01-27-2013, 02:07 PM
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The only place with cheese curds around here is A&W. Only thing is, they're breaded and fried.

Hmm...

Dare I attempt?

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This thread made me so hungry for poutine I am having it for dinner during the game.

I am going to saute some onions and peppers and throw in some pulled pork I already have in the fridge. I can get cheese curds at a local store here and will just make powdered gravy, I usually make fresh gravy but this works well in a pinch. I always fry my French fries in the deep fryer and make sure they're crispy and well seasoned. Going to layer everything together and heat in the oven till the cheese melts, will be soooo good!
Man, the number of times I knew my poutine was going to suck just by seeing the fry-cook pile one ingredient onto the other with no layering... bah.

Curious, how do you prepare your scratch poutine gravy?

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01-27-2013, 02:59 PM
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The only place with cheese curds around here is A&W. Only thing is, they're breaded and fried.

Hmm...

Dare I attempt?
Do you have a Whole Foods near you? I've found real cheese curds at Whole Foods and it really makes a homemade Poutine that much better!

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01-27-2013, 04:00 PM
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Man, the number of times I knew my poutine was going to suck just by seeing the fry-cook pile one ingredient onto the other with no layering... bah.

Curious, how do you prepare your scratch poutine gravy?
I make it when we roast a chicken or beef roast in the oven with the drippings, flour, beef or chicken stock and a bit of wine, boil and whisk right on the stovetop in the cooking pot. I always make sure I have enough gravy for poutine the next day

I used to use beef gravy all the time but learned about 5 years ago that authentic poutine is made with chicken gravy and noticed an immediate improvement.

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01-27-2013, 04:09 PM
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OK- I am having over a vegetarian and want to make a fake version of Poutine with gravy and cheese. Anyone have an idea of a recipe for vegetarian Poutine gravy?

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OK- I am having over a vegetarian and want to make a fake version of Poutine with gravy and cheese. Anyone have an idea of a recipe for vegetarian Poutine gravy?
Considering gravy, by definition, is thickened meat drippings, you might be out of luck there. Your best bet is googling 'vegetarian gravy' and finding some crazy chemical concoction in a can.

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OK- I am having over a vegetarian and want to make a fake version of Poutine with gravy and cheese. Anyone have an idea of a recipe for vegetarian Poutine gravy?
The gravy would be brutal. Cross over, it's well worth it for the poutines alone.

edit: Mmmmm...thickened meat drippings.

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01-27-2013, 04:16 PM
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Best and BIGGEST poutine in Quebec. And i am not kidding.

http://www.fromagerie-lemaire.ca/

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OK- I am having over a vegetarian and want to make a fake version of Poutine with gravy and cheese. Anyone have an idea of a recipe for vegetarian Poutine gravy?
I guess you could use tomato sauce, like Italian poutine.

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The gravy would be brutal. Cross over, it's well worth it for the poutines alone.

edit: Mmmmm...thickened meat drippings.
Mushroom gravy is a pretty good substitute for meat gravy. Tons of recipes online.

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OK- I am having over a vegetarian and want to make a fake version of Poutine with gravy and cheese. Anyone have an idea of a recipe for vegetarian Poutine gravy?




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01-27-2013, 04:30 PM
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I guess you could use tomato sauce, like Italian poutine.
I was about to tell him to try Gattuso pizza sauce myself. Spicy one. Never tried it but it might have some charm.

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Well mix it up when everything cooked of course. Smoked meat is this



You probably can't find it anywhere but in NYC or MTL. Basically it's smoked pork, salted and peppered very tender and delicious.
Only in Mtl and NYC? We have tons of places in Ottawa/Gatineau region to get good smoked meat.

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Only in Mtl and NYC? We have tons of places in Ottawa/Gatineau region to get good smoked meat.
Really?! cause the few places I've been to in ottawa have sucked...which do u recommend?

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Yes a lot of good places for smoked meat but but but,
the best is always schwartz's ( 100% )and quickly followed by pete's meat ( 96% ) which i believe is related to Schwartz in some way.
no other smoked meat place is in the 90's. Lots in the 80% range.

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Only in Mtl and NYC? We have tons of places in Ottawa/Gatineau region to get good smoked meat.
Isn't Pastrami not really the same thing as smoked meat? Not sure you can equate the two.

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I guess you could use tomato sauce, like Italian poutine.
Italian poutine is sacrilege.

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Really?! cause the few places I've been to in ottawa have sucked...which do u recommend?
Not sure why you think you're the only province with smoked meat. Every province has smoked meat.

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Not sure why you think you're the only province with smoked meat. Every province has smoked meat.
Not true, you have Pastrami, we have smoked meat.

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Not true, you have Pastrami, we have smoked meat.
Sorry but there is smoked meat everywhere in Ontario.

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