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Old 12-27-2013, 03:16 PM   #41
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Italian poutine with spaghetti sauce?!
Did they use gnocchi instead of fries, too? And parmesan instead of cheddar curds?
Nope, just switched out the gravy.
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Old 12-27-2013, 03:27 PM   #42
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I don't think I'd like poutine with spaghetti sauce! But if it was called something else I'd probably enjoy it. LOL
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Old 12-27-2013, 03:27 PM   #43
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Does anyone here make this? I've never had it but I lust after it anyway!

Here is Wiki's description of it:
Poutine - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

My hankering for it just got a boost when I found out that Trader Joe's is now carrying it. I won't be able to go to my TJ's until after Christmas and I'm not sure all TJ's will carry it.

Trader Joe's Now Sells Poutine, and it's Awesome | Serious Eats

I can buy cheese curds here and I like Ore-Ida's Crispy Fast Food Fries so all I need is a gravy. (Please don't tell me gravy is easy to make! Maybe for you.......) Any way for the Gravy Challenged to buy a packaged gravy mix and make it good enough?
You can get excellent gravy in a jar. Less challenge for you.
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Any brand name for gravy in a jar that you would recommend? That would be even easier than Knorr's package. (grin)
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Old 12-27-2013, 03:40 PM   #45
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Any brand name for gravy in a jar that you would recommend? That would be even easier than Knorr's package. (grin)
I usually buy Heinz. You can get any flavor you want. Chicken, turkey, beef, etc. Your choice.
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I'll try Heinz first, then. Thanks.
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