Originally posted by rumbelly
Poutine is a religon in Quebec. The cheese used is curds which are unripened blobs that melt well with the gravy. The quality of the gravy makes or breaks the dish. Mcd's in Nova Scotia serves lobster rolls in season, in France wine, in Germany beer, I'm not sure what is served in antarctica.
McDonalds in Antarctica serves a special raw fish sandwich that can be eaten with flippers, so when hordes of hungry penguins come squawking in 15 minutes before closing time, they don't leave disappointed.
Gracious, my imagination is working overtime tonight.
Chillygothically, Ort. Carlton in Finally-Cooling-Off-For-Fall Athens, Georgia.
P. S. My favorite potato side would have to be the whole boiled potatoes served on barbecue buffets in Eastern North Carolina. You douse them with the vinegar sauce: they're excellent. Say, sort of like they do with fries in in Toronto, eh?
P. P. S. Penguins don't tip worth a flip.