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    The poutine we drove all the way to Quebec for. It's not really all that great, but hey, it's poutine! In Quebec!

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    1. Patrick Beaumont 92 months ago | reply

      La meilleure poutine à Québec, c'est plutôt chez Ashton! ;)

    2. firda 92 months ago | reply

      I wish we'd known that! We could've gone to Chez Ashton when we were in Quebec City last year. Maybe some other time. Thanks for the tip!

    3. miss_yasmina 92 months ago | reply

      I had to look up poutine in Wikipedia... looks and sounds good!

    4. Dominic Mercier 92 months ago | reply

      there's so much poutine in utata today! it's making me want to try it.

    5. dakgirl1 92 months ago | reply

      Me too, I had to look it up and ended up at Wikipedia. You would think these would be right up Wisconsin's alley.

    6. firda 92 months ago | reply

      It's pretty easy to make. Basically just french fries, cheese curds and brown gravy. If you can't find canned brown gravy or prefer to make it from scratch, here's the recipe.

    7. PJningal 92 months ago | reply

      OMG this is so good! We love poutine and ate it at Ashton this weekend when we were seeing the chili peppers. Ashton is awesome!

    8. shutterbugK8 91 months ago | reply

      You GOTTA find good cheese curds though... try a farm, its almost the beginning process to make cheddar cheese or mozza cheese.

    9. *ASAP* 87 months ago | reply

      Real poutine should not be frozen fries as shown in the photo. I also understand that purists expect it to be fried in lard... not 0 trans fat oils. I also have driven all the way to Quebec to get a poutine fix only to be dissappointed.

      Found in a search. (?)

    10. Forestpirate 87 months ago | reply

      I don't believe the fries were originally frozen. This was from a chip wagon. Though I could be wrong.

    11. My name's axel 76 months ago | reply

      I can recommend Belgian (French) Fries with mayonaise and "schep"
      - pronounced shèp with a short "e" and the accent on the "e".The sch in the beginning of the word is like the sch in school -

      Now "schep" is a stew made from horsemeat.It's finely cut up, stewed horsemeat with a rather thick sauce.Kinda like "Stoofvlees" - Stew.

      Mouthwatering delicious.

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