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Old 01-15-2015, 09:16 PM   #11
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Old 01-16-2015, 05:23 AM   #12
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Scrapple!

The farther I got away the mid-east states, DE, MD, PA, the harder it was to find and in most cases unable to find it.
I was going to mention scrapple, the Amish really know how to make that, maybe I'll bring some of that also.
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Old 01-16-2015, 07:23 AM   #13
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Good one Donna! Those are real regional delicacies.
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Old 01-16-2015, 05:50 PM   #14
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We saw poutine mentioned on the forum so often and had no idea what it was, saw it offered as an appetizer on a menu in Wisconsin over Christmas and had to try it. Won't make that mistake again, either they didn't make it right or it is just plain bad stuff. As for our area, fresh, still warm, cheese curds from the Ellsworth Creamery in Ellsworth, WI are the best, they squeak when you bite them. www.ellsworthcheese.com If you have to refrigerate them, just nuke for a few seconds to rewarm and they are as good as fresh.
I have to agree with you on both counts . I tried poutine in Ontario ONCE and had the same experience .The cheese curds from Ellsworth are some of the best I have ever had and are a true Wisconsin treasure .The Packer brats from Louie's Meats in Cumberland Wisconsin are also a regional treat.
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Mmmmm.......poutine. Soooooo tasty.

Mind you, I have had some not so great too.
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Old 01-17-2015, 07:31 AM   #16
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We saw poutine mentioned on the forum so often and had no idea what it was, saw it offered as an appetizer on a menu in Wisconsin over Christmas and had to try it. Won't make that mistake again, either they didn't make it right or it is just plain bad stuff.
Poutine. I tried some once in Montreal. Did not like it, so I gave it to the dog. She eats everything. Well, almost everything......
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Old 01-17-2015, 08:05 AM   #17
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Poutine. I tried some once in Montreal. Did not like it, so I gave it to the dog. She eats everything. Well, almost everything......
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Now you're talking! Portland has some great craft breweries. We Bendites are very fortunate to have fourteen craft breweries, two distilleries, and one cider maker in our town of less than 90,000.
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Mmmmm.......poutine. Soooooo tasty.

Mind you, I have had some not so great too.
Jim, you're reading my mind!
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Maybe, for those of us traveling to Osoyoos, we can bring some of these regional delicacies to the rally and during the beer swap on Friday night serve some? Not sure if scrapple goes well with beer but UTZ chips do and Berger cookies go with anything anytime...
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