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(LA Times)   If you wanted to be sure that Canadians love poutine, McDonald's just confirmed it   (latimes.com ) divider line
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2013-12-05 09:12:58 PM  
2 votes:

Ambivalence: syrynxx: I would love to try poutine without driving to Canada and having them foist their socialized healthcare and marijuana on me while I'm eating.

Fries, gravy, cheese. It's not hard to make. Canada doesn't have some special poutine magic.


Hell yeah they do! You see some of the girls up there with...oh...poutine I read that wrong.
2013-12-05 08:16:22 PM  
2 votes:
I would love to try poutine without driving to Canada and having them foist their socialized healthcare and marijuana on me while I'm eating.
2013-12-06 02:44:01 PM  
1 vote:

Sin_City_Superhero: I've never had poutine, and I wanted to try making it at home. Would I be really, really farking it up if I used slices of Kraft American cheese, instead of cheese curds? American cheese melts so nicely...


I think that would be like telling an Italian woman that her great grandma's secret sauce recipe tastes like Ragu.
2013-12-05 11:11:10 PM  
1 vote:
If McDonald's in the U.S. were to make something meant to represent the entire country, it may look a bit like a tortilla stuffed with pizza, a hamburger, carnitas and a wedge salad, topped with Sriracha sauce.

Am I the only one to think that sriracha popped out of nowhere?  One day, no one around here knew what it was, and the next it's everywhere.  Just like chipotle.
2013-12-05 10:19:32 PM  
1 vote:

Quantum Apostrophe: Ambivalence: syrynxx: I would love to try poutine without driving to Canada and having them foist their socialized healthcare and marijuana on me while I'm eating.

Fries, gravy, cheese. It's not hard to make. Canada doesn't have some special poutine magic.

Cheese curds, buddy.


"A cheese curd is an orangish cheese byproduct that feels like Silly Putty but tastes a lot better. It was invented accidentally by UW cheese scientists attempting to create an object of pure cholesterol that would still squeak. Rats who are fed this remarkable food develop an unusual capacity to polka and drink beer."
2013-12-05 09:58:30 PM  
1 vote:

Ohlookabutterfly: Lol at all the 'muricans bashing Canada. Spend your time off kicking puppies too, you illiterate, inbred farktards? Also, KFC poutine is awesome.


Hey buttface, I'm American and I love Canada so shut your farking poutine gorged pie hole you hoser.
2013-12-05 09:27:17 PM  
1 vote:

Quantum Apostrophe: Ambivalence: syrynxx: I would love to try poutine without driving to Canada and having them foist their socialized healthcare and marijuana on me while I'm eating.

Fries, gravy, cheese. It's not hard to make. Canada doesn't have some special poutine magic.

Cheese curds, buddy.


Yeah, and if they don't get it to you quick enough or if the gravy is blazing hot then the curds lose their all-important squeaky-ness.
2013-12-05 09:22:48 PM  
1 vote:
This would sell like gangbusters in America*


*They couldn't call it Poutine, though, as it sounds too much like Arugula
2013-12-05 09:18:51 PM  
1 vote:

Ambivalence: syrynxx: I would love to try poutine without driving to Canada and having them foist their socialized healthcare and marijuana on me while I'm eating.

Fries, gravy, cheese. It's not hard to make. Canada doesn't have some special poutine magic.


Cheese curds, buddy.
 
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