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Old 05-10-2012, 07:39 PM   #21
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I want some poutine...
Gotcha! Once you try it, you can't go back...be very, very careful...I'm thinking there is a possibility to make a poutine pie...in the pie maker...hello, mother ship, do you read me?
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:09 PM   #22
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Already crispy fries in the bottom, cheese curds, gravy, top with more crispy fries, bake until cheese gets a bit melty. Yum! Sell them to unsuspecting Canadians...
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:39 PM   #23
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How about serving those crispy fries with Beef Stroganoff over them? I know I'm being rash here, but I got the idea on the Internet and tried it, and it totally works! (I read on the Internet that this recipe may be served over French fries in Russia, although I have no way to check that for veracity).

But it works.
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So the idea of french fries drenched in gravy isn't yucky in some cases.
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It's the cheese curds that puke me. I love French fries! Gravy? Seems like it should go with something other than the side dish. That's why I like the idea of adding meat or fowl to this recipe. Get some protein in that. There's other food groups than starches and fats.
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It's the cheese curds that puke me. I love French fries! Gravy? Seems like it should go with something other than the side dish. That's why I like the idea of adding meat or fowl to this recipe. Get some protein in that. There's other food groups than starches and fats.
The cheese curds are like squeeky cheese. pea size and a little larger that don't completly mely when the scalding hot brown gravy is ladled on top. the ones i have had have been more like jack or mozzerela curds.
Try it with an 8% beer like blue dry and your good to go. Carb overload but a real treat!
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Old 05-11-2012, 12:56 AM   #28
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Well, where they can't get curds, they use grated mozz...not the same...but the curds/cheese melt as you eat the poutine, so they don't really squeak...it is that melted cheese in the gravy that is so addictive...drool...I want poutine....darn, no potatoes in the house...have to put that turkey gravy back in the freezer....shouldn't have started this thread--I want poutine!!
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It's the cheese curds that puke me. I love French fries! Gravy? Seems like it should go with something other than the side dish. That's why I like the idea of adding meat or fowl to this recipe. Get some protein in that. There's other food groups than starches and fats.
Do you know what cheese curds are?
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...Get some protein in that. There's other food groups than starches and fats.
Protein. That's where the cheese curds come in...
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