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07-30-2014, 11:35 AM
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Lol,...my idiot friend thought i meant poutine AT super c...i meant poutine near super c...

and la banquise has the best poutine FYI!
I was quite reluctant to the idea, but my friend dragged me there when I visited him in MTL. It made me a poutine believer.

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08-11-2014, 12:36 PM
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This is what happens when I have an impromptu day off. Had a giant sweet potato and decided to make a baked sweet potato poutine(for sake of discussion, a baked potato with a poutine flavour). Inside the potato there is bacon bits then the cheese on top. Pepper, chili flakes and chives for good measure.






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08-11-2014, 12:46 PM
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This is what happens when I have an impromptu day off. Had a giant sweet potato and decided to make a baked sweet potato poutine. Inside the potato there is bacon bits then the cheese on top. Pepper, chili flakes and chives for good measure.




no, just no. I understand that much of this thread is predicated on what is or is not poutine, but a baked sweet potato does not count, the same way that hashbrowns covered in velveeta and topped with white sausage gravy might be delicious but is is decidely not, poutine.

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08-11-2014, 12:50 PM
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no, just no. I understand that much of this thread is predicated on what is or is not poutine, but a baked sweet potato does not count, the same way that hashbrowns covered in velveeta and topped with white sausage gravy might be delicious but is is decidely not, poutine.
I assure you, just because it's not cut into slices, does not make it any less of a poutine.

If I bake fries, is it not poutine? Besides, this thing was quite large so I had to do more than just bake it.

Either way, I get where you're coming from. Let's call it a poutine inspired baked potato, better?

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That looks amazing. #inspired

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I assure you, just because it's not cut into slices, does not make it any less of a poutine.

If I bake fries, is it not poutine? Besides, this thing was quite large so I had to do more than just bake it.

Either way, I get where you're coming from. Let's call it a poutine inspired baked potato, better?
if you bake fries, its not ideal but it can still count. but the holy trinity are fries , curds and gravy. I've seen some say fries, grated cheese and gravy count ( I dont think it does but if others want to, that's on them no need to open old wounds) but no fries = no poutine is something that I think most if not everyone can get behind.

that looks like a loaded baked potato covered in gravy. I think the " inspired" a far better descriptor.

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08-11-2014, 01:09 PM
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I assure you, just because it's not cut into slices, does not make it any less of a poutine.

If I bake fries, is it not poutine? Besides, this thing was quite large so I had to do more than just bake it.

Either way, I get where you're coming from. Let's call it a poutine inspired baked potato, better?
How long did you bake that sucker? I'd imagine when you cut that big boy down and swirl around some gravy, it was pretty damn good.

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if you bake fries, its not ideal but it can still count. but the holy trinity are fries , curds and gravy. I've seen some say fries, grated cheese and gravy count ( I dont think it does but if others want to, that's on them no need to open old wounds) but no fries = no poutine is something that I think most if not everyone can get behind.

that looks like a loaded baked potato covered in gravy. I think the " inspired" a far better descriptor.
I've made sweet potato fries poutine and now this. In all honesty, if you bake it, it's pretty much the same thing. Considering the potato is peeled, all I do is cut it into slices(fries) as I eat it.

I'll take inspired if I have to. Just enjoy the pic and I'll deal with the heart attack.

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Whatever it is, it looks and sounds really good.

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How long did you bake that sucker? I'd imagine when you cut that big boy down and swirl around some gravy, it was pretty damn good.
I had to boil it first. It was massive. I did boil, set and dry then lightly put oil around and baked it till crispy.

Went to market yesterday and saw them, was inspired right off the bat.

If you think that one is big, I also got this one:



It's legit about 1.5 times the size of the other one. I have no clue what I'm going do with it yet.

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On my way to try this as we speak:

http://www.mtlblog.com/2014/08/this-...-duck-poutine/

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The hell is this? Poutine at Van Houtte?

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08-11-2014, 01:58 PM
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The hell is this? Poutine at Van Houtte?
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The hell is this? Poutine at Van Houtte?
I saw the cup in the picture and was like "why are they advertising Van Houtte coffee? But then reading the story it's like wtf?

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It's more Van&Houtte (or any other business that's on MTLblog) is paying the blog to post an article on their new product. That's what MTLblog does.

Stop posting their stuff, they are just hidden ads or they steal content from elsewhere.

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It's more Van&Houtte (or any other business that's on MTLblog) is paying the blog to post an article on their new product. That's what MTLblog does.

Stop posting their stuff, they are just hidden ads or they steal content from elsewhere.
You're correct on the first point, but I don't care how content I'm interested in is produced and whether it's an advertisement or not. I also pull it in an RSS form and it doesn't cost me anything (past few seconds of my time to read the title) to scroll past articles I don't care about.

As for the second point - saves me time to check one site/feed over a dozen others.

The poutine was pretty good I thought. Certainly not traditional, but tasty nonetheless.

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My girlfriend is a duck maniac. Gonna have to check that out. Thanks.

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Déli-Plus in the Villeray neighbourhood, on the intersections of Papineau and Villeray, their poutine is very good.
Got to try it and would recommend. Fries were great, they give you a lot of curds, sauce quite tasty. Trio, including 2 hotdogs and a soft drink, just below $10. I was told they're open til midnight everyday.

On to the next experience.

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