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Old 12-24-2013, 12:31 PM   #21
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You've got to give it a try! I've only had them once but they were really good!

I think this one goes along with my not trying cheese with apple pie.
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Here are some more variations re: poutine:

http://cheesecurdsburgers.com/CheeseCurdsMenu_March.pdf

Chuck's Awesome Poutine : Recipes : Cooking Channel

Poutine with Homemade Gravy Recipes | Ricardo

Traditional Quebec Poutine Recipe - Thermador

West of the City - Duck Confit Poutine

Poutine Recipe | MyRecipes.com

Greek-Style Poutine Recipe

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Once you get past the idea of cheese + gravy on fries, you can make your own variation...I'm thinking a "scalloped potato and ham" with Swiss cheese would be interesting. Definitely not something to include in your weekly meal rotation. And there's breakfast poutine with sausage/bacon/ham and a poached egg on top.
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We have Canadian satellite TV, and we see commercials for McDonalds poutine. Don't know if it's a temporary offering, or if it's a regular part of the Canadian menu at Mickey D's. To be honest, it doesn't look that appetizing to me, but I've always preferred plain old fries with just salt - I don't even use ketchup on them.
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Old 12-24-2013, 05:22 PM   #24
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I think this one goes along with my not trying cheese with apple pie.
I thought you said you were an adventurous eater! I dare you to try it. What can it hurt?
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I've always wanted to try it since I've heard about it at DC for years.

I'll definitely pick up the package kit from Trader Joe's as I read the total review that said the curds have the necessary "squeak" when you chew them. Since I don't have a source of squeaky curds, it sounds like the thing to do.

Thanks for the info Cave. I'm always happy with Trader Joe's products.
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All this talk about poutine...picked up curds yesterday and plan on poutine using leftover turkey gravy tomorrow (Boxing Day). I do plan on doing a few twists.
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All this talk about poutine...picked up curds yesterday and plan on poutine using leftover turkey gravy tomorrow (Boxing Day). I do plan on doing a few twists.
St. Abert's ?.
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All this talk about poutine...picked up curds yesterday and plan on poutine using leftover turkey gravy tomorrow (Boxing Day). I do plan on doing a few twists.
A few twists?? I'm thinking Pulled Pork Poutine.

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