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    Quote Originally Posted by NSangel View Post
    omg give you the thread back, and pages and pages on

    CHEESE CURDS!!!

    am so proud of you ppl, keep up the good work.

    Quote Originally Posted by NSangel View Post
    SEE? while you guys are rambling on and on about curds, someone else is finding the words.

    GEE THAT RHYMES..(gotta write that one down)
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    Most witty award!! What the heck do you eat for breakfast? Or is it what you drink? LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by armh11699 View Post
    NSangel - when I won the SheKnows contest last year, it took about 4 months to actually receive the points. Oh, and it IS the person that did the voting that gets the points. For having an entry, I will get 1,000 points and that's it. Everyone else will get the points for all the votes and comments they did.
    So long story short, whenever there is a contest, we all need to vote and comment every day, even if there is no one from this board that entered. It's one of the best ways to rack up points quickly, even if it takes a few months to actually get the points.
    THANKS FOR THE INFO!!! almost got lost in amongst the poutine..damn, i'm hungry now.


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    and about chocolate gravy. My grandma used to make it and it is delicious. Not at all like it sounds. Really good to dip eggs in. I watched a show on food network, and in cities like NYC they sell chocolate gravy on deserts and it costs like $35 dollars for a spoonful on a small scoop of ice cream. How nuts is that??

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSangel View Post
    SEE? while you guys are rambling on and on about curds, someone else is finding the words.

    GEE THAT RHYMES..(gotta write that one down)
    still no newsletters for me lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebate queen View Post
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    Most witty award!! What the heck do you eat for breakfast? Or is it what you drink? LOL!
    ty ty, u are too kind!

    for breakfast i had french toast made with a baquette (sliced diagonally) with REAL MAPLE SYRUP! and corfee. yes, CORFEE. in the am i call it corfee. stronger the better.

    so i'm riding a sugar high! oh and i just finished a pb cookie


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    Quote Originally Posted by PetiteFemme View Post
    Thanks for the words Rebate Queen

    Wow...9am and I'm SO craving a poutine! I might just have to break down and clog up my arteries with one tonight!

    The Acadians do NOT call it 'peu-tin' as the information listed!!!! I'm Acadian and live in an all Acadian territory(well, okay, 95% of us are Acadians) and have been to Québec quite a few times and we pronounce it the same as they do, "poo-tin" like poo as in Winnie the Pooh and tin as in a tin can!!! I laughed when I read "peu-tin"!!! I've had it in Québec a few times and yes, they do serve it with cheese curds and it's so much yummier...also, their KFC's also have it on their menues and they serve it with curds as well...here in Nova Scotia, most of us just use Mozza because it's much cheaper and easier to find.

    I use regular cut fries (homemade fries are even yummier though)
    Grated Mozzarella
    1 can of St. Hubert's BBQ POUTINE gravy!

    I add salt/pepper to taste and put some ketchup on top.

    When I order it at a restaurant, I always order it with extra
    cheese because I LOVE the melted mozza

    It is very yummy...it's also extremely yummy with spaghetti
    sauce on top instead of gravy with the curds/mozza melted
    over it...I don't add any ketchup to that though...you could
    even put chili on top too, have tried that as well

    Thanks for the info RQ, it was interesting to read...I knew it
    originated from Québec but it was interesting to hear the story
    behind it

    Thanks for the words and rep everyone!

    Have a great Wednesday - it's HUMP day!
    Gave rep where I could!

    I think the KFCs here serve it also as I have ordered it at
    KFC in Nova Scotia before...
    Cans of poutine gravy??? Well that means I really can make it here! Whoever is wanting to swap for some American stuff, put that one on the list!!
    Wow-you all have KFCs also! I'm originally from Kentucky where KFC started. Funny, I used to deliver pizza to the KFC corporate office-LOL! I really hated it when they changed the name from Kentucky Fried Chicken to KFC. I just saw a KFC in Japan this summer! Kind of freaky!!

    OK-now to the next dumb question from the American.....what is Acadian??

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    Quote Originally Posted by NSangel View Post
    ty ty, u are too kind!

    for breakfast i had french toast made with a baquette (sliced diagonally) with REAL MAPLE SYRUP! and corfee. yes, CORFEE. in the am i call it corfee. stronger the better.

    so i'm riding a sugar high! oh and i just finished a pb cookie
    no, no, no.....I think it must be the diagonal slicing that does it!

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    Thanks agin for the words!

    Speaking of Poutine, I live next door to a chip truck, their poutine is really good, and I think I will now have to eat some for lunch!
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    Quote Originally Posted by intwowishin View Post
    Thanks agin for the words!

    Speaking of Poutine, I live next door to a chip truck, their poutine is really good, and I think I will now have to eat some for lunch!
    OK-here I go again...What's a chip truck??

    BTW-I just read about Acadians, the Great Expulsion, etc. I sure am learning a lot in this P&P thread!!

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    best poutine i ever had was burgerkings. (imho). anyway, they use a vegetable gravy, so it's not dark like beef, or floury like chicken. the curds you can buy near the cheese in the deli section by sobeys or ss. it's about $3 for a small 100g bag. expensive. don't worry about the Poutine gravy, you can get it, also buy it in the french's pkg i believe as well. just use your favorite gravy.

    or run down to buggerking and buy it. it's cheaper.


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    St Hubert's canned poutine gravey is pretty good. I do not like mozza, only fresh white cheddar cheese curds for this girl!

    Best I ever has was somewhere in St Laurant. And same for a Donair, it was a little Greek restaurant and they were freaking awesome! I used to order a bunch and bring them back for all my friends. This was in the late 70's and I would not be able to tell you the names of these places, but I am pretty sure they were on a main road. lol

    Oh and thanks for the words ((huggers))

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    This week's code word is NINTENDO for 300 points! Redeem your points now. Good thru 9/06/08.

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    glad to see theTick isn't too busy making siggys to post about poutine!


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    I can always talk comfort food!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rebate queen View Post
    Alrighty then, someone finally got here!! Now that I know all about poutine, I also now know that I cannot properly make it here in the states. NO CHEESE CURDS!!

    So haunish...which definition sounds right to you??
    ok, so I know you didn't ask my opinion but I have to add it anyway. Anyone who doesn't want it, skip to the next message!
    In northern Ontario (Timmins), we do pronounce it 'poutsin' and the best poutine is made with fresh mozzarella cheese curds that squeak when you chew them. I pick mine up at the farmers market but even though they say they're fresh, it's hit or miss for me. When I can't get them I grate mozzarella cheese.
    For gravy I sometimes use Club House poutine gravy mix - it's a powder, or I go to the dollar store and pick up a can of Carriere Poutine sauce which isn't too bad. (I forgot about St. Huberts's - I've used it too) Of course, homemade gravy is best and I prefer beef over chicken.
    Undoubtedly the best place to get poutine in Ontario is Chez Nous in Timmins. Even Shania Twain loves it. What more can I say??

    I've had the poutine at KFC but for me the flavour of their gravy makes it taste 'off'. I like their gravy on their fries but not poutine.
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