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(Geeks Are Sexy)   Quebec's 15-pound heart attack poutine is the queen of all poutines   (geeksaresexy.net) divider line 83
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2013-02-06 08:52:26 AM
If anyone knows how to make poutine, it's Quebec.
 
2013-02-06 09:20:16 AM
Dammit, now I've got a poutine craving.  I think I'll have lunch at the Big Cheese Poutinerie.
 
2013-02-06 09:26:49 AM
I'm clutching my chest just looking at that.
 
2013-02-06 10:39:32 AM
Second greenlight today of a story about excessive food portions that is not from the US.
15 pound breakfast is 9 pounds.
We're at risk of losing our edge in the global fatness competition.
 
2013-02-06 10:56:44 AM
15-POUND FOOD ITEM TRIFECTA IN PLAY
 
2013-02-06 10:59:04 AM
With FSM as my witness if they opened a Poutineville in the US I would eat there every single day.

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2013-02-06 11:00:10 AM
"the Heart Attack is a 15-pound mess of fries, chicken, bacon, wieners, ground beef, ham, onions, peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese curds, and mozzarella, all smothered in a delicious sauce"
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Yeah Oui - we put beans in our chili - and every goddamn animal in the barnyard! SUCK ON THAT, TEXASS!!
 
2013-02-06 11:00:55 AM
Damn, now I'm really hungry.
 
2013-02-06 11:02:35 AM
fark it Im texting the wife were having Poutine tonight instead of Gyros!Shes off she can go pick up the stuff...
 
2013-02-06 11:04:39 AM
I believe it's Australia & New Zealand's turn to submit to today's theme of "cuisine of gluttony" (before the Yanks sit on us and steal our lunch money - and our lunch).
 
2013-02-06 11:04:41 AM
Great. Now force feed it to that f*cking nazi biatch Pauline Marois. DIAF you miserable kunt.
 
2013-02-06 11:06:08 AM
This dish isn't just a Canadian thing. Way back in the 1970s, one my favorite lunch spots was the local pool hall, which had an offering called the double-gravy burger. It was a grill-toasted hamburger bun with two patties, served open-faced, surrounded by shoestring potatoes and smothered in brown gravy. Then a drizzle of catsup was put on top. Mushrooms and cheese were optional. And daaaamn it was good.
 
2013-02-06 11:10:53 AM

JackieRabbit: This dish isn't just a Canadian thing. Way back in the 1970s, one my favorite lunch spots was the local pool hall, which had an offering called the double-gravy burger. It was a grill-toasted hamburger bun with two patties, served open-faced, surrounded by shoestring potatoes and smothered in brown gravy. Then a drizzle of catsup was put on top. Mushrooms and cheese were optional. And daaaamn it was good.


That sounds an awful lot like the Horseshoe, Springfield Illinois' claim to fame, only with gravy instead of cheese sauce.
 
2013-02-06 11:11:14 AM
I finally had to look up poutine. Wth is curd cheese? Is it cottage cheese?
 
JFC
2013-02-06 11:12:03 AM
Oh, poutine.
My most recent Montreal favourite is at The Main where I get a runny, fried egg on top of my smoked meat poutine.
 
2013-02-06 11:13:08 AM
Never had it, but it sounds delicious.
I bet it'd be easy to make at home, too.
www.lotustalk.com
 
2013-02-06 11:14:12 AM

JFC: Oh, poutine.
My most recent Montreal favourite is at The Main where I get a runny, fried egg on top of my smoked meat poutine.


Sweet infant baby Elvis that sounds delicious. Mental note put egg on poutine tonight!
 
2013-02-06 11:18:21 AM

The Third Man: JackieRabbit: This dish isn't just a Canadian thing. Way back in the 1970s, one my favorite lunch spots was the local pool hall, which had an offering called the double-gravy burger. It was a grill-toasted hamburger bun with two patties, served open-faced, surrounded by shoestring potatoes and smothered in brown gravy. Then a drizzle of catsup was put on top. Mushrooms and cheese were optional. And daaaamn it was good.

That sounds an awful lot like the Horseshoe, Springfield Illinois' claim to fame, only with gravy instead of cheese sauce.


I love these regional and local specialties. Sadly, the chains are making them disappear in most places.
 
2013-02-06 11:20:28 AM
That looks amazing.  We need some poutine here in AZ.
 
JFC
2013-02-06 11:20:36 AM

Sapper_Topo: JFC: Oh, poutine.
My most recent Montreal favourite is at The Main where I get a runny, fried egg on top of my smoked meat poutine.

Sweet infant baby Elvis that sounds delicious. Mental note put egg on poutine tonight!


Then I highly recommend finding smoked meat!
Fact: Runny egg is heaven on smoked meat.
Fact: Smoked meat is heaven on poutine.
Conclusion: Prepare in advance a small bed of pillows and blankets for reclining into as you enter the happiest food coma.
 
2013-02-06 11:26:05 AM
Donut Poutine.

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/MTL FTW
 
2013-02-06 11:26:16 AM
I may have to drive up there this weekend and get one to go.
 
2013-02-06 11:28:35 AM

vudukungfu: I may have to drive up there this weekend and get one to go.


Hopefully not from San Diego....
 
2013-02-06 11:29:14 AM
Mmmm

Je me souviens La Belle Poutine!
 
JFC
2013-02-06 11:31:45 AM

Wolfy: Donut Poutine.

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/MTL FTW


That's good.

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2013-02-06 11:33:02 AM

JackieRabbit: This dish isn't just a Canadian thing. Way back in the 1970s, one my favorite lunch spots was the local pool hall, which had an offering called the double-gravy burger. It was a grill-toasted hamburger bun with two patties, served open-faced, surrounded by shoestring potatoes and smothered in brown gravy. Then a drizzle of catsup was put on top. Mushrooms and cheese were optional. And daaaamn it was good.


I'm sure it was good, but that definitely isn't anything like poutine.
 
2013-02-06 11:41:31 AM
Quebec, you're not helping.

Signed,

The rest of Canada.
 
2013-02-06 11:43:47 AM

JFC: Fact: Runny egg is heaven on smoked meat.
Fact: Smoked meat is heaven on poutine.


Serious question. What kind of smoked meat? Pork? Beef? Chicken?
 
2013-02-06 11:45:35 AM

Sapper_Topo: JFC: Fact: Runny egg is heaven on smoked meat.
Fact: Smoked meat is heaven on poutine.

Serious question. What kind of smoked meat? Pork? Beef? Chicken?


http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Montreal_smoked_meat
 
2013-02-06 11:47:20 AM
www.superheroden.com
"Pou-tini!"
 
2013-02-06 11:47:40 AM
Damn, that sounds to be the ideal addition to a cabane à sucre (sugar shack).

www.bonjourquebec.com

First time we ever encountered one of these establishments (near St. Jean) we called it Heart Attack Heaven.  Simply tons of low-flavor, high cholesterol food-like substances, piled up and scarfed down by hungry québécoises during the summer, when they apply a heavy layer of adipose tissue to help them survive the winter.
 
2013-02-06 11:47:43 AM

oldfarthenry: "the Heart Attack is a 15-pound mess of fries, chicken, bacon, wieners, ground beef, ham, onions, peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese curds, and mozzarella, all smothered in a delicious sauce"
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Yeah Oui - we put beans in our chili - and every goddamn animal in the barnyard! SUCK ON THAT, TEXASS!!


Don't forget to cook the fries in duck fat and drown the whole thing in foie gras gravy , it is Canada after all.
 
2013-02-06 11:48:45 AM
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If I'm gonna die for a word, my word is gonna be   Poutine...
 
2013-02-06 11:48:46 AM

Sapper_Topo: JFC: Fact: Runny egg is heaven on smoked meat.
Fact: Smoked meat is heaven on poutine.

Serious question. What kind of smoked meat? Pork? Beef? Chicken?


I'd go with lamb or duck.
 
2013-02-06 11:50:01 AM
Anyone know where I can get some poutine in Los Angeles? I want to try it!
 
2013-02-06 11:51:42 AM

thatguyoverthere70: Anyone know where I can get some poutine in Los Angeles? I want to try it!


When I lived in LA in the late 90s, I was disgusted by the fact that I could only get ketchup for fries. I couldn't even find malt vinegar. I say nuke the whole place for orbit.

/too much?
 
JFC
2013-02-06 11:55:33 AM

Mr_Ectomy: Quebec, you're not helping.

Signed,

The rest of Canada.


Dear Mr_Edmontoniectomy,
I would like to know why Famoso Pizzeria never bought into my favourite Edmonton craze: Donair meat on everything. Seriously. Donair on pizza is one of the best drunk food ideas out of Edmonton.
The worst drunk food that I've ever had is poutine pizza in Vancouver. I don't recommend poutine on pizza in any city.
 
JFC
2013-02-06 12:01:21 PM

Sapper_Topo: JFC: Fact: Runny egg is heaven on smoked meat.
Fact: Smoked meat is heaven on poutine.

Serious question. What kind of smoked meat? Pork? Beef? Chicken?


Serious answer. As Mr_Ectomy and Evil Mackerel point out, poutine can be treated much like a hash, where whatever you want can go in.
Personally, I suggest beef and eggs, especially smoked beef brisket, if you can find it. Got a Jewish deli nearby? A good chance that they'll have smoked brisket.
But, yeah, you could throw any combination of items on there.
 
JFC
2013-02-06 12:04:42 PM

MBooda: Damn, that sounds to be the ideal addition to a cabane à sucre (sugar shack).

[www.bonjourquebec.com image 480x320]

First time we ever encountered one of these establishments (near St. Jean) we called it Heart Attack Heaven.  Simply tons of low-flavor, high cholesterol food-like substances, piled up and scarfed down by hungry québécoises during the summer, when they apply a heavy layer of adipose tissue to help them survive the winter.


YES! YESYESYES! I can't wait for the thawing to begin. Apple, maple, pork themed all-you-can-eat meals followed by maple syrup on a stick!
Except cretons. I farking hate cretons.
 
2013-02-06 12:06:04 PM

thatguyoverthere70: Anyone know where I can get some poutine in Los Angeles? I want to try it!


Try Amsterdam.
www.brighterproducts.com
/mayonnaise. they farkin' drown 'em in that shiat
 
2013-02-06 12:08:42 PM

Sapper_Topo: JFC: Fact: Runny egg is heaven on smoked meat.
Fact: Smoked meat is heaven on poutine.

Serious question. What kind of smoked meat? Pork? Beef? Chicken?


Pastrami, baby.
Marbly fatty pastrami.
 
2013-02-06 12:17:46 PM

oldfarthenry: "the Heart Attack is a 15-pound mess of fries, chicken, bacon, wieners, ground beef, ham, onions, peppers, tomatoes, mushrooms, cheese curds, and mozzarella, all smothered in a delicious sauce"
[i2.wp.com image 600x451]

Yeah Oui - we put beans in our chili - and every goddamn animal in the barnyard! SUCK ON THAT, TEXASS!!


Hmm... St-Ambroise beer.
 
2013-02-06 12:19:54 PM

MBooda: Damn, that sounds to be the ideal addition to a cabane à sucre (sugar shack).

[www.bonjourquebec.com image 480x320]

First time we ever encountered one of these establishments (near St. Jean) we called it Heart Attack Heaven.  Simply tons of low-flavor, high cholesterol food-like substances, piled up and scarfed down by hungry québécoises during the summer, when they apply a heavy layer of adipose tissue to help them survive the winter.


Oh wow, I forgot about those.  Went to one about nine years ago with a group of friends, then we all passed out in the hotel from carb overload.
 
2013-02-06 12:22:23 PM

thatguyoverthere70: Anyone know where I can get some poutine in Los Angeles? I want to try it!


The Google tell me that you can find it here.
 
2013-02-06 12:32:09 PM
I have never had poutine nor seen it on a menu and you would think that living in south florida someone would serve it given all the canadians around here.

/at least sell it during snow bird season. Id give it a go.
 
2013-02-06 12:40:31 PM
Hey guys, I'm the one who wrote that. Followed back the trail through my stats engine.

Not sure if it would be appropriate to leave this here (If it isn't, please remove the link), but here's an article I wrote back in 2007 on how to create a poutine at home.

Right here:  http://www.geeksaresexy.net/2007/09/21/la-poutine-how-to-make-the-ult i mate-geek-food/

This week is Montreal's official Poutine week by the way. Some establishments serve really crazy concoctions, such as the General Tao Poutine...
 
2013-02-06 12:50:10 PM

HoFChaos: JackieRabbit: This dish isn't just a Canadian thing. Way back in the 1970s, one my favorite lunch spots was the local pool hall, which had an offering called the double-gravy burger. It was a grill-toasted hamburger bun with two patties, served open-faced, surrounded by shoestring potatoes and smothered in brown gravy. Then a drizzle of catsup was put on top. Mushrooms and cheese were optional. And daaaamn it was good.

I'm sure it was good, but that definitely isn't anything like poutine.


Poutine is fried potatoes covered with gravy and other possible additions. I've never had poutine, but based on what I'm seeing on the web it looks great and the dish I described would probably be called poutine by some in Quebec. Poutine seems to be something of a catch-all term for variations on the basic theme.
 
2013-02-06 12:54:48 PM

JFC: Mr_Ectomy: Quebec, you're not helping.

Signed,

The rest of Canada.

Dear Mr_Edmontoniectomy,
I would like to know why Famoso Pizzeria never bought into my favourite Edmonton craze: Donair meat on everything. Seriously. Donair on pizza is one of the best drunk food ideas out of Edmonton.
The worst drunk food that I've ever had is poutine pizza in Vancouver. I don't recommend poutine on pizza in any city.


Famoso is Neapolitan pizza. Nuff said.
 
2013-02-06 12:56:11 PM
Poutine has three ingredients.

I would definitely try whatever this is, but it's not poutine.
 
2013-02-06 01:03:36 PM

indarwinsshadow: Great. Now force feed it to that f*cking nazi biatch Pauline Marois. DIAF you miserable kunt.


les anglais se réveillent!
 
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