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Old 12-18-2015, 06:58 PM   #91
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I found my favourite poutine in Osoyoos...
At the gas station by the campground, correct?
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Old 12-18-2015, 07:12 PM   #92
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Hmmmm,
I tried poutine a couple of times this past year. While I enjoy all of the components separately, I cannot honestly say that I felt it was all that outstanding. Sorry. I can't get past the gravy wetted fries I guess. Now, I do enjoy, spam, all flavors, scrapple ( fried with Jalapeño peppers) on the side as prepared by Chef James Norman of York, and all foods Czech. But I'm going to keep trying poutine with the hope that I may luck onto a recipe variation that is outstanding. The resurrection of the thread reminds me of the cult classic car movie Christine.
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Old 12-18-2015, 07:44 PM   #93
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Yes Jim. Petro Can. Not overly greasy and hot fries FTW.

I should try the Owl and Conviva for full effect tho.
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Old 12-18-2015, 08:20 PM   #94
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Ah, The P-word returns! Its getting like reruns of I Love Lucy!

New bucket list item: trying Mickie D's "p". I saw it on the menu at this year's rally.

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Old 12-18-2015, 08:37 PM   #95
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On Vancouver's Granville Street there may be 5 poutine restaurants. Come on by for a scoop or two.
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Hi: All... Just read that the Whitehouse is serving Poutine at the State dinner for the PM. of Canada. It'll be made with duck, cheese, and gravy. Alf
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The article went on to say the Canadian PM will receive 33% less poutine than the US attendees.
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Old 03-09-2016, 10:30 PM   #98
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Hi: All... Just read that the Whitehouse is serving Poutine at the State dinner for the PM. of Canada. It'll be made with duck, cheese, and gravy. Alf
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Don't know if using duck in the poutine is an improvement or not but Nanaimo bars with a coconut filling

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Don't know if using duck in the poutine is an improvement or not but Nanaimo bars with a coconut filling

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Nah. The only way to improve poutine would be to serve "virtual" poutine. Besides, the latest research indicates potato (carbohydrate) consumption can promote lung cancer. Now I understand why I felt like I was going to die when I sampled poutine in Montreal many years ago.
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If poutine had it's own sub-title, it could be filed under General Topics and it could be accessed anytime a forum member has nothing of value to contribute.
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