It’s National Poutine Day…Yum
In case you don't know what the heck poutine is, it's something every Canadian probably grew up eating. Surprisingly or maybe not that surprising(given our proximity to Canada), poutine can be found on a lot of restaurant menus in the Treasure Valley. Poutine is basically french fries, covered in beef gravy or au jus and cheese curds. Fattening yes, tasty, heck yes.
The dish originated in the French province of Quebec in a restaurant called Le Lutin in the 1950's. "Poutine" is Quebec slang for "a mess". So you're eating a mess, but it taste so good, or at least I think so.
Where do you get Poutine? Here is a list of some Treasure Valley restaurants who serve the tasty dish(usually served as an appetizer).
and one of my faves!
Don't want to head out tonight, stop at the grocery story and get the following ingredients and make it yourself. It's really easy to make. If you can fry some french fries, you got this.
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