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07-23-2006, 01:22 PM
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Poutine is amazing.

Harvey's actually makes a pretty decent one (at least the location I go to).

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07-23-2006, 01:39 PM
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but where do you get YOUR poutine from ?

S & G's - chip stand in Ottawa on Carling Avenue near Merrivale. OTT
Elgin Street Diner - great place for many eats on Elgin Street. OTT
Lorenzo's Pizza - small pizza place that gives you huge a plate! Cobden Road. OTT
La Belle Province - a few of them around, great fries! MTL
Chip Bus - Sea to Sky highway on route to Whistler. Small bus, great poutine. VAN

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07-23-2006, 03:25 PM
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but where do you get YOUR poutine from ?

S & G's - chip stand in Ottawa on Carling Avenue near Merrivale. OTT
Elgin Street Diner - great place for many eats on Elgin Street. OTT
Lorenzo's Pizza - small pizza place that gives you huge a plate! Cobden Road. OTT
La Belle Province - a few of them around, great fries! MTL
Chip Bus - Sea to Sky highway on route to Whistler. Small bus, great poutine. VAN
oohh baby, Elgin Street poutine at 2 in the morning

Patate Doré on Eddy Street in Hull is also very very good

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07-23-2006, 03:30 PM
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Ketchup? Who the **** puts ketchup on their poutine? I demand that they be stoned in a public place.
Sometimes, I put ketchup on my poutine...it's not a must, but it's good.

And I really like the italien poutine...well, any kind of poutine for that mather.

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07-23-2006, 03:44 PM
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I do my homemade version of it and it`s much better than the poutines in restaurants. For one thing, I could never stand the big chunk of cheeze so I "rappe"(sorry french word lol) a block of Cheddar or Petit Quebec cheeze on the fries, then I put the sauce and it`s better than freakin anything.

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07-23-2006, 04:40 PM
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I do my homemade version of it and it`s much better than the poutines in restaurants. For one thing, I could never stand the big chunk of cheeze so I "rappe"(sorry french word lol) a block of Cheddar or Petit Quebec cheeze on the fries, then I put the sauce and it`s better than freakin anything.
A poutine without cheese curds...is not a poutine. You need the cheese that goes "Squeek" when you chew it.

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07-23-2006, 04:46 PM
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A poutine without cheese curds...is not a poutine. You need the cheese that goes "Squeek" when you chew it.
My father's poutine Squeek a lot, miam

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07-23-2006, 05:04 PM
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Ok...this got me hungry so I went and bought a poutine and a cheese burger from la belle province. But they break an other poutine rule. They use BBQ sause.
But the cheese is definetly Squeeking!

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Why not go buy the McDonald's one it's good and easy to find

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Why not go buy the McDonald's one it's good and easy to find
McDonalds fries are not fries.

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Ok...this got me hungry so I went and bought a poutine and a cheese burger from la belle province. But they break an other poutine rule. They use BBQ sause.
But the cheese is definetly Squeeking!
Really?
at home we use St-Hubert BBQ sause or half St-Hubert BBQ & Brown sause or Valentine sause


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First of all, all the current fast food use something like MaCains frozen fries. It might be a potatoe product bit it sure ain't fries.
I know fries, they are sold out of the back of old yellow buses.
Cooked in grese oil at least 3 years old ( like wine). The true test of good fries is, pinch one by the end and try to hold it up, if it droups down like your " you know what", now thats a great fry, saturated with that grease oil and crispy corners. Now add cheese curds and home made sauce. One true poutine will hold you until tomorrow unless youve had a joint and then your sleep until next week

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McDonalds fries are not fries.
What the hell are they then?

Edit: Nvm i guess you mean they aint true fries

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A poutine without cheese curds...is not a poutine. You need the cheese that goes "Squeek" when you chew it.

I hate the "squeek". I haven`t liked poutine until I made my own. It`s similar but more sauce than cheese. It`s the best thing going today.

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First of all, all the current fast food use something like MaCains frozen fries. It might be a potatoe product bit it sure ain't fries.
I know fries, they are sold out of the back of old yellow buses.
Cooked in grese oil at least 3 years old ( like wine). The true test of good fries is, pinch one by the end and try to hold it up, if it droups down like your " you know what", now thats a great fry, saturated with that grease oil and crispy corners. Now add cheese curds and home made sauce. One true poutine will hold you until tomorrow unless youve had a joint and then your sleep until next week
hahaha. perfect!

this man knows how to cook a french frie

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IM SO ANGRY!!!


U english people have to stop messing around with poutine!!!!

U cant even spell it correctly

NO ITS NOT ' poo-teen'


It is : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...of-Poutine.wav

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IM SO ANGRY!!!


U english people have to stop messing around with poutine!!!!

U cant even spell it correctly

NO ITS NOT ' poo-teen'


It is : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...of-Poutine.wav
uh oh....

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IM SO ANGRY!!!


U english people have to stop messing around with poutine!!!!

U cant even spell it correctly

NO ITS NOT ' poo-teen'


It is : http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...of-Poutine.wav

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oohh baby, Elgin Street poutine at 2 in the morning

Patate Doré on Eddy Street in Hull is also very very good
The BEST poutine in the world is at Cozy's in Buckingham. It's a legend in this part of Gatineau. It's got this special gravy, man....

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I've seen that commercial... that is an abomination of nature.

Hey, let's put some mashed potatoes, fried chicken pieces, corn, gravy and cheese in a bowl and eat it all together!

Yuck.

Edit: http://www.kfc.com/kitchen/bowls.htm for those who don't know what this is.
Why would you call them a 'famous bowl'?? Food like this is why the Colonel's dead

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Sometimes, I put ketchup on my poutine...it's not a must, but it's good.

And I really like the italien poutine...well, any kind of poutine for that mather.
What the hell is Italian poutine??

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I just had an epiphany: Poutine eaten out of the stanley cup.

I'm not sure how the silver polish would mix with the gravy, but if it didn't taste good it would still be intoxicating.

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What the hell is Italian poutine??
It's just gross. Spaghetti sauce instead of gravy.

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I live in Birmingham, Alabama, and I made a nice plate of poutine today . It was great! I'm having trouble find more cheese curds though...any suggestions?

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I live in Birmingham, Alabama, and I made a nice plate of poutine today . It was great! I'm having trouble find more cheese curds though...any suggestions?
ebay?

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