Our first attempt at poutine

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Bonk
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2014/04/05 20:46:29 (permalink)

Our first attempt at poutine

Fresh cheese curds, a gravy from Quebec, and I think I'd use a different type of fry next time but we thought this would be good for holding gravy. Overall I was pleased:
 

 
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    ChiTownDiner
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    Re:Our first attempt at poutine 2014/04/05 22:07:17 (permalink)
    Looks really good....will they keep til Cinci?
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    EdSails
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    Re:Our first attempt at poutine 2014/04/05 22:10:54 (permalink)
    Looks good bonk. I'll suggest that your house be put down as #3 on the Cincinnati crawl list. The poutine looks and sounds great. We may have to keep it a bit on the sly, however. I think WJ may decide that it isn't local indigenous food!
     

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    Re:Our first attempt at poutine 2014/04/19 10:24:42 (permalink)
    Not bad.
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    Re:Our first attempt at poutine 2014/04/19 18:03:18 (permalink)
    Was there anything special about the Quebec gravy or was it pretty similar to a standard American brown gravy?
     
    I've only had poutine at 2 places but have decided that I really like it.
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