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Old 08-09-2007, 11:48 AM   #15
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I almost sorry that I asked what Poutine was; it sure sounds like something that I would like very much. Since I am a long way from Canada, would someone please post a recipe or instructions to make some "putzine".
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Old 08-09-2007, 11:56 AM   #16
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Here's a recipe I found you might try:
Recipe 203940 --- Poutine (Fries and Gravy): Side Dish Vegetables
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Old 08-09-2007, 12:01 PM   #17
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Thanx, got it. I'll try it.
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Old 08-09-2007, 12:25 PM   #18
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Hey cb! After all that poutine, did you have to hit the CAT scales to readjust your WD hitch settings?
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Old 08-09-2007, 01:58 PM   #19
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Poutine is a staple around these here parts. In fact, McDonald's sells poutine at select Quebec locations. Not great, but it's poutine nonetheless.

I like it with a bit of vinegar sprinkled on. And it's got to be made with cheese curds of course!!
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Poutine (pronounced Poo-teen around here) is also very common in this part of Canada.I love it but my stomach doesn't.
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ok, to add more nutritious protein/calories to the thread: just came back from the local hof brau..had my fav: prime rib w/french dip au jus sandwich..anyone?
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I love poutine

I spent two years in Quebec back in the late 80's and it is then that I fell in love with poutine. My business took me back to Montreal several times a year but that was too long ago so it's been about 15 years that I've bogged down my system with a wonderful plate of poutine.

We tried making our own, but the brown gravy isn't your typical brown gravy that is sold here in the states.

I may have to make a trip up north to get my fix.

Thanks for the memories.
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Pootine?

I spent 3 years in Canada and never saw it. I guess I traveled in the wrong (Brit) circles. Down here we call 'em chili-cheese-fries :-)
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Poutine (pronounced Poo-teen around here) is also very common in this part of Canada.I love it but my stomach doesn't.
Hi Mike,

That's how the server pronounced it..
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a north country dish worth of this thread...

http://www.airforums.com/forums/f161...ine-20163.html

now we need some haggis and a jar of vegemite!

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Hi 2air,

Always on the lookout for new ideas!..anyone ever heard of VanCamps pork n'beans on buttered bread????
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Poutine originates with the French language and the proper pronunciation in English is "poo..tin). The original recipe consists of: hot cooked fries, topped with cheese curds, and smothered with hot gravy (which melts the curds). Delicious, but not recommended as healthy!
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poutine

not a fan but we did fall in love with another healthy Canadian dish in New Foundland: 'toutons"

it's normally served with molasses but we preferred it with the mozzarella sticks sauce...they gave us some looks


lots of great food in Canada some very healthy

ever have Salomon gundy? delicious and good for you!
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