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A deliciously unhealthy dish from our friends up north. I’ve personally never had it but I can imagine how awesome it is.

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    One of the many things I regret not trying before getting a gastric bypass.. 🙁


    Take out the Cheese curds and just Have fries with gravy and we are good!


    Epically delicious. I’ve only eaten it with gravy, it doesn’t need cheese.


    poutine is good. best served with beer and hockey.

    That looks like someone vomited in a styrofoam cup. Gross.


    Lol, so Americunts finally discovered chips and gravy, then in true American fashion, you put cheese on it and say it’s yours… Jesus Christ… by the way, those chips are nowhere near cooked. L2food, America.


    Alte: If you’ve had it without cheese, thats just fries and gravy, not a poutine. DERP.

    Q-Delta: Its actually really hard to find a poutine in America, It’s a Canadian thing. Started in Quebec. L2Food.


    I’ll be damned. Those were curds. I thought they were lumps of flour or little dumplings. I ate that shit all the time traveling Canada. Sure didn’t taste like cheese you insulting dipshit.


    America includes Canada, l2geography 😉

    Point still stands… looks lazy and Americanised… i.e. how could anyone make something so simple and delicious as chips with gravy… look like a bowl of cheesy lukewarm vomit?

    tiki god

    I’ve tried to find it around here in florida and have never successfully gotten any.

    perhaps I could make my own?


    Two canadians, one cup?


    poutine is fucking delicious, your a faggot if you say otherwise..here’s what Wikipedia had to say about it The dish originated in rural Quebec, Canada, in the late 1950s. Several Québécois communities claim to be the birthplace of poutine, including Drummondville (by Jean-Paul Roy in 1964),[7] Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, and Victoriaville.[citation needed] One often-cited tale is that of Fernand Lachance, from Warwick, Quebec, which claims that poutine was invented in 1957,[8] when a customer ordered fries while waiting for his cheese curds from the Kingsey cheese factory in Kingsey Falls (now in Warwick and owned by Saputo Incorporated). Lachance is said to… Read more »


    There was a time when People claiming to Be Canadian or French Canadian acting in bizarre and shameful ways bothered me…
    Then MCS got Casemods and I forgot all about it…

    Enjoy it if you like it and go for a Smoke Meat in Montréal if you don’t.

    Cheers !


    Yeah Tiki it’s not that hard to make really. Fries, Gravy, Cheese. I actually prefer shredded mozzarella over cheese curds.

    Kik Dogg

    It needs bacon.


    Funny you should say that…
    I have a friend that brings Bacon to our local “Patate Frite”
    place and adds them….Good call 😉


    Poutine is really good, but you need to find the places that make it great.

    The poutine pictured here was made with gravy that is not hot enough to melt the curds. That is one thing I always look for in a good poutine.

    \born in Quebec
    \\limit myself to no more than 1 poutine a month now


    This poutine is from “La Belle Province”. Not bad, but not as good as the one at Ashton’s, in Quebec City.
    Great, now I’m hungry.


    MIAM! This is one of the reasons why I love living in Quebec. Except I find Belle Province poutine sauce is far too salty.


    I’ll be a proud Canadian and say that America does not include Canada. NORTH America includes Canada.


    That shit looks deliciously unhealthy. What is it?


    Sounds nice, it’s just chips, cheesy and gravy right?


    You must be french……..or worse french canadia.


    That’s French Canadian…
    You must be from Amurica, or worse, dumfukinstan…


    French Canadian dish, best served with fresh cut fries (chips) curd cheese and sauce, not gravy, please let’s not discuss the difference! The sauce has to be hot enough to melt the cheese at least somewhat, otherwise it’s just not as good. Varieties include the popular Italian poutine, which uses a spaghetti or michigan type sauce in stead of the standard spicy brown sauce, smoked meat poutine, with added bits of smoked meat, a uniquely Montreal flavor, can’t be successfully duplicated elsewhere. Also there are places to get the bacon, hot-dog and even chicken poutine. My favorite Poutine? Chicken Pouting… Read more »