Oh, man. That looks SO good!
mmmm poutine, i knew there was something i missed other than kraft dinner and matinee extra lights :)
everytime i come to your blog, i'm totally lusting after poutine! i just may have to grab some with vegetarian gravy from Belgium Fries tommorrow before bowling! yum!!
kickpleat ~ I really like belgian fries, not just their poutine. It is a bit of a trek for us westsiders, though.Catesa, have you tried poutine? And Kraft Dinner (aka KD)? I am surprised.Thansk Dawna!
lol dont be, i was born on Vancouver Island and lived in Canada till i was 15. Then moved here to live with my Dad but moved back when i was 18 where i lived on my own and worked for a year, then moved back here and got married etc. Most people dont know that, shhhhh ;)
Very Cool!I lived on Vancouver Island for several years and even on a Gulf Island (Gabriola).
Robin would love for me to make some of this. Did you make your own gravy? Did you use cheese curds? Poutine is the nickname Robin gave me when we first met. I have an online journal and my user name is Poutine. My email is Calipoutine. Even my friends call me Poutine.
Randi, we did not make our own gravy this time, but we usually have extra homemade gravy that we freeze for occaisions such as these. We used real cheese curds, the only way to go. That is so cute that your nickname is poutine!
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