Wednesday, February 25

Wordless Wednesday

A Quebec Classic.... Poutin (fries with gravy and cheese curds)

31 comments:

Disheveled Housewife said...

gravy on fries? Hmmm I've never seen such a thing...but would love to try it!

The Mud Bug said...

I may try the gravy but not the cheese curds.

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Jules said...

That looks great! I'm used to having gravy on fries, not the cheese curds though. Sounds good!

Take care!! ;0)

kalyle said...

Ann you've got to be kidding me... you are now officially the Queen of Blogging. This absolutely rocks! I hope you are still surviving P90X. (do a few extra reps to get rid of that poutine, yo, mwa ha!)

Secret Mom Thoughts said...

Yum.

Jill said...

This looks and sounds so good to me!

Ginette said...

Okay, yum!

Amy A.K.A. "The Mrs." said...

Oh, now that looks good. Put that down in the books as something I must try.

Missy said...

That is a new one on me! But it took 2 of my favs and combined them - can't be that bad!

Robin said...

I'm gonna echo the others: yum on the fries, ixnay on the curd.
Happy WW!

•´.¸¸.•¨¯`♥.Erin.♥´¯¨•.¸¸.´• said...

Hmm. It looks better than it sounds, I'm sure it tastes better too :)

Lisa said...

Oh gosh - I grew up in the Detroit area so spent quite a bit of time in Canada. I love love love poutine, which has probably got to be one of the unhealthiest "meals" ever, right? My all-time favorite was from some roadside stand somewhere in Canada - so delicious!

All you skeptics: Don't knock it 'till you've tried it - you might be pleasantly surprised!!! :)

Alyson (New England Living) said...

Oh my gosh! I was on a quest to get poutin this summer when I was in Vermont. We were going to cross the border into Quebec, but couldn't find all our birth certificates so we didn't.

We found an Americanized version in NY, just south of the border, but they just used chedder instead of curds. I was disappointed.

Rachael said...

that sounds so weird + yet so good!

Ryan Ashley Scott said...

It looks like one of those things kids will refuse to eat until someone forces a gravy/curd-covered fry in their mouth and they're all like, "Wow! Why have I wasted so many years protesting this yummy bucket of grease?!" But Mmmm... I love grease. Now I'm hungry.

Sarah said...

Don't knock the cheese curds until you try them. It sounds weird but it's delicious. It's been far too long since I've been in Canada!

Diana - FreeStyleMama said...

My hubby has had this and I could never picture it. Now I understand!

tara said...

I don't know what a cheese curd is, but it looks good to me!

Susan said...

Looks interesting. I am a ketchup and fries girl myself though.

Pamela said...

looks good I am hungry

Veronica said...

Fries are yummy. The rest kind of scares me a bit!

scrappysue said...

ok, send me some of those! just make sure they're not soggy! they look DELISH!!!

Susie said...

Cheese curds on French Fries? I have never heard of such a thing! That sounds great...especially to a Wisconsin Cheesehead like me:-)

Stam House said...

I love potine!!!! so yummy!!!! we eat them in new brunswick tooo!

Tiffany said...

My dad's family is from Canada and we vacationed there once a year growing up, I love the gravy and fries that you only get there. YUM!

Debbie said...

Fries with gravy and cheese curds? Please explain!

Firefly@www.firefly-shop.org said...

I'm sure it tastes better than it sounds LOL but I'm willing to try anything :)

Jonara Blu Maui said...

cheese curds..huh.looks funky but is probably really good! I'm up for trying it!

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Joy said...

hmm...yummy?

Cristin said...

I went to college in Nova Scotia and had a roommate who was so addicted to Poutin.. I just didn't and still don't get it.. maybe it's the gravy thing and I don't do beef... dunno...

minishoes1 said...

I know what poutine is now. I had seen it on another post of your mom eating it. I might give it a try.