i’ve lived in canada for almost a year now and i haven’t had poutine yet. i love chili fries but like what’s the gravy like? is it the whiter peppery kind or like turkey stock gravy?
the ones i’ve tried had always had something like turkey stock gravy. like the kind you put on mashed potatoes and stuff, right? yeah that one. you should definitely try it sometime :) :)
IT’S SO GOOD (totally a Canadian thing, though some of those northern states have them as well, due to proximity) The basics are fries+gravy+cheese curd. But you can add sausages, or bacon, and other stuff. IT’S YUMMY.
hmmm i’m pretty sure we have it.cause it sounds familiar! a lot of the stuff canada has, michigan ~usually has since we’re basically next door neighbors. I AM GONNA LOOK IT UP NOW.
ah of course the closest places in michigan that have them are 652412053 miles away from me :’)) but one day i will try to drive out to them and have some. oooorr make my own. cause looks AMEEZIN’.
ooo okay yeah i just wikipedia’d it and there’s definitely poutine in the northern states too.
MOEY YOU SHOULD DEFINITELY TRY IT OUT ONE DAY
i have never had that. O______O. i obviously HAVE NOT LIVED.
it’s mostly a canadian thing, i’m pretty sure. IT’S JUST FRIES AND GRAVY AND CHEESE (and other toppings if you choose to add them) AND IT’S ACTUALLY THE BEST THING
my favourite tbh. i’ll almost always order poutine if i see it on the menu :’)
I KNOW i cried tears of joy
OH WAIT THOSE ARENT FRIES. hehehe are they apple something? /CLICKS TO MAKE BIGGER
*points at MJ’s comment* those are fries! it’s poutine :D :D
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