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(MTLblog)   Tim Horton's and poutine - the most Canadian combination since Red and Green   ( mtlblog.com) divider line
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2017-11-20 10:09:00 PM  
If the women don't find you handsome; at least let them find you handy.
 
2017-11-20 11:18:14 PM  
Poutine: the handyman's secret weapon.
 
2017-11-21 01:03:27 AM  
There is a god. And he's Canadian.....


/Went to a Tim Hortons a few weeks ago, and they didn't do latte's. WTF?
 
2017-11-21 05:17:37 AM  
Harold write this?

/ Miss that show but hey it's on Youtube.
 
2017-11-21 05:32:52 AM  
Tim Horton's sucks and I'm sure their poutine will too.
 
2017-11-21 05:34:24 AM  

Travis_Bickle: Tim Horton's sucks and I'm sure their poutine will too.


Pretty much, they are now number 4 while McDonalds is #1, wonder why....
/not really
//for some reason read poster's comment in the voice of the wicked witch of the west
 
2017-11-21 07:36:44 AM  
Another thing they can't make in store because reasons and will have to have shipped out from central processing. Frozen, then microwaved poutine.

Gee, I can't wait.
 
2017-11-21 09:09:02 AM  
Just outside the back gate of Johnson Space Center, Houston, there is a pizza joint named Tony's Pizza. The awesome thing about it is the owners are a Canadian-Syrian mix. Aside from some OK pizza, you can get donair and poutine. The best is that you can get poutine with donair meat on it. Just one of those little awesome things in life.
 
2017-11-21 09:17:04 AM  
If they do the fries as well as they do hash browns they will be bland and sandpaper dry. Tim Hortons is everywhere but it isn't good and I'm not a food or coffee snob by any means.
 
2017-11-21 09:19:20 AM  
I had poutine for the first time at a fish & chips place in Vancouver, BC. When I make it myself, I buy fries from Five Guys and use mozzarella chunks because cheese curd is hard to find in Oregon.
 
2017-11-21 09:30:13 AM  
The boys at the possum lodge will be happy to hear this.
 
2017-11-21 09:38:24 AM  

natazha: I had poutine for the first time at a fish & chips place in Vancouver, BC. When I make it myself, I buy fries from Five Guys and use mozzarella chunks because cheese curd is hard to find in Oregon.


The American version of poutine is chili cheese fries. Just stick with that. While authentic cheese curd > nacho cheese, chili > gravy. It balances out and is easier to make.
 
2017-11-21 09:57:23 AM  
I'm a man ... but I can change ... if I have to ... I guess.
 
2017-11-21 10:16:39 AM  
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/unimpressed
 
2017-11-21 11:03:53 AM  
Since I'm color blind Red Green was just gray.
 
2017-11-21 12:15:07 PM  
Maple Syrup and flapjacks would like to have a word.
 
2017-11-21 12:18:22 PM  

McGrits: Just outside the back gate of Johnson Space Center, Houston, there is a pizza joint named Tony's Pizza. The awesome thing about it is the owners are a Canadian-Syrian mix. Aside from some OK pizza, you can get donair and poutine. The best is that you can get poutine with donair meat on it. Just one of those little awesome things in life.


In the northern Virginia DC suburbs, there was a joint near work called "Bubba's BBQ".  Jubal and I and one of our coworkers used to hit it for lunch at least once a week.

It was *real* good Carolina barbecue, and the décor was wall-to-wall pigs, very kitschy.

The founder and owner was an ex-Colonel in the Iraqi Air Force who said 'Fark it', and emigrated to America.

Really good food, unfortunately, the place is gone now.
 
2017-11-21 12:44:24 PM  

natazha: I had poutine for the first time at a fish & chips place in Vancouver, BC. When I make it myself, I buy fries from Five Guys and use mozzarella chunks because cheese curd is hard to find in Oregon.


Bandon cheese co. has some fine curds if youre anywhere near the south coast...
 
2017-11-21 12:48:17 PM  

Travis_Bickle: Tim Horton's sucks and I'm sure their poutine will too.


But since they are polite they swallow, too.
 
2017-11-21 03:28:22 PM  
Red and green to me means this:

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Yay, Christmas!
 
2017-11-21 08:21:04 PM  

madgonad: natazha: I had poutine for the first time at a fish & chips place in Vancouver, BC. When I make it myself, I buy fries from Five Guys and use mozzarella chunks because cheese curd is hard to find in Oregon.

The American version of poutine is chili cheese fries. Just stick with that. While authentic cheese curd > nacho cheese, chili > gravy. It balances out and is easier to make.


I think Disco fries would like a word.
 
2017-11-21 11:32:31 PM  

rikkards: madgonad: natazha: I had poutine for the first time at a fish & chips place in Vancouver, BC. When I make it myself, I buy fries from Five Guys and use mozzarella chunks because cheese curd is hard to find in Oregon.

The American version of poutine is chili cheese fries. Just stick with that. While authentic cheese curd > nacho cheese, chili > gravy. It balances out and is easier to make.

I think Disco fries would like a word.


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