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Old 12-01-2014, 07:17 PM   #1
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Toaster oven poutine

1/2 bag of frozen fries
1/2 cup of cheese curds
1/2 cup chopped smoked meat
3/4 cup beef gravy (hot) canned
pinch of salt& pepper
Bake fries on a non stick sheet till crisp/cooked. Place smoked meat in micro. on high for 1 min.
Place cooked fries in an oven proof bowl, add cheese curd on top, then the gravy...add the smoked meat and heat in the oven for 3-4 min. to melt the curds. Transfer to a plate and dig in!!!
Hope you enjoy this delightful Canadian Dish. Alf
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Old 12-01-2014, 07:38 PM   #2
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You missed a couple of steps.

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Old 12-01-2014, 07:39 PM   #3
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3/4 cup beef gravy (hot) canned
Surely not canned gravy??

And what are cheese curds? Like the curds in cottage cheese?
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Old 12-01-2014, 07:46 PM   #4
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Surely not canned gravy??
Well, he did start with Frozen fries, so I guess canned (translated: synthetic-artificial-vinyl) gravy is OK.
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Surely not canned gravy??

And what are cheese curds? Like the curds in cottage cheese?
There's curds and there's whey. Never had 'squeaky cheese'?
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Surely not canned gravy??

And what are cheese curds? Like the curds in cottage cheese?
I don't think I have ever had canned gravy.

Cheese curds are sometimes referred to as 'squeaky cheese', as it squeaks a bit as you chew it, kinda like that 'squeaky clean' sound.

The cheese curds we get and eat, are cheddar.
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Curds are white or orange Cheddar in its infancy, before pressing and aging. Small, irregularly-shaped morsels, with a soft, elastic texture, Curds are mild and milky in flavour. Best enjoyed as a snack, Curds are a quick and convenient addition to lunch boxes. Springbank's white curds are smaller cut and intended specifically for poutine.
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Old 12-01-2014, 08:17 PM   #7
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1/2 bag of frozen fries
1/2 cup of cheese curds
1/2 cup chopped smoked meat
3/4 cup beef gravy (hot) canned
pinch of salt& pepper
Bake fries on a non stick sheet till crisp/cooked. Place smoked meat in micro. on high for 1 min.
Place cooked fries in an oven proof bowl, add cheese curd on top, then the gravy...add the smoked meat and heat in the oven for 3-4 min. to melt the curds. Transfer to a plate and dig in!!!
Hope you enjoy this delightful Canadian Dish. Alf
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Alf, I have a fork at the ready... when should I be there?
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Not if I was starving on a desert island and it was the only thing Domino's would deliver! Now chili dogs, that's another story!
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Not if I was starving on a desert island it was the only think domino's would deliver! .....
Good more for me!
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