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(Huffington Post)   Most food fads are stupid, but Subby is more than ready to bow down to our upcoming Poutine Overlords   ( huffingtonpost.com) divider line
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2014-05-16 02:41:29 PM  
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I told my girlfriend I'm willing to try eating poutine, but she has to wash that damn thing first.
2014-05-16 01:55:50 PM  
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kindms: mod3072: I've never tried poutine, but the local college dive bar served gravy fries when I was there in the mid 90's. They were popular with drunk college students, and I thought they were pretty damn good. I can definitely see how adding cheese curds would make them even better. I kind of wish there was a place around here that you could get it so that I could try it.

Trader joes has them in the frozen aisle. Its not bad for frozen food.

The closest Trader Joe's over 200 miles away, which is a little farther than I'm willing to drive.
2014-05-16 12:51:52 PM  
1 vote:
If I'm going to get my balls blown off for a word, that word isn't "poutine".

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(clicks link) though that does look tasty.
2014-05-16 12:49:31 PM  
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ds_4815: unyon: Notabunny: I've never had Poutine. That's a white people gravy thing, right? So it's kinda like chicken tikka masala, but with potatoes? I'll bet it's yummy as all get out.

I place I frequent does a butter chicken poutine (technically a chicken tikka makhani, but largely the same dish as tikka masala).

So fries, butter chicken, and cheese curds.  It's ridiculously tasty.  You can feel your arteries hardening as you eat it.

Fox and Fiddle? Went there for the first time this week, had Korean BBQ pulled pork poutine, but a friend got the butter chicken one... had never seen it anywhere else prior.

Also, my ranked order of fast-food poutine if you dare to try such things:

1) A&W

2) Wendy's

100) KFC

∞) McDonald's

On my way home from work, I pass by an A&W/KFC combo drive-through, and across the street is a Wendy's and MickyD's . Theoretically, I should have died 10 years ago. Zombie 'Bunny!
2014-05-16 12:40:17 PM  
1 vote:
Poutine is great comfort food if:

A) It is completely freaking freezing outside
B) You are doing some seriously heavy physical labor
C) You are a fat thespian that is in the "bulking" stage for your Community Theater's Production of "Raging Bull."
2014-05-16 11:21:41 AM  
1 vote:
I have loved poutine ever since I first went to Canada years and years ago - never understood why it didn't catch on here earlier, but I'm so glad it finally is. I went to Poutine Fest in Chicago a few months back, and I live just a few blocks from this place, so I'm constantly chowing down. As far as fast and good variety, this place is solid, and the portions are shockingly large. I love the pierogi poutine. There are, however, far better poutines to be had in more sit-down bar/restaurants in the nearby area, but definitely not the variety.

/Yes, I sound fat.
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