Poutine, Weird Regional Food

Poutine from Canada
Previous Pic <– Click Arrows To See More Weird Regional Foods–>

Poutine (poo-teen) from Canada. Start with a layer of french fries, add in CHEESE CURDS (weird food on its own!) and top with turkey gravy. Of course it was good with all of those calories from fat, but damn! Spent the rest of the day in a coma. We saw this fancy version of poutine in Montreal.

Next Pic
Bacon Poutine in Halifax, Nova Scotia

In Halifax, at the pier, we have a chance to try a street version of poutine, this time with bacon. Like it need to be even more unhealthy for us!

Poutine may not sound great, but no matter who we are with or where we try it, we never seem to find any leftovers in the basket.

We ate this version of poutine in Halifax.

Did you enjoy what you just read? Then you'll LOVE our book!
Going Gypsy: One Couple's Adventure from Empty Nest to No Nest at All Going Gypsy One Couple's Adventure from Empty Nest to No Nest at All 

- See how it all began!
ORDER NOW - Wherever Books Are Sold!
Amazon - Barnes & Noble - IndieBound - Books-a-Million
Also available as an audiobook from Audible.com

11 thoughts on “Poutine, Weird Regional Food”

  1. Hello! Do you use Twitter? I’d like to follow you
    if that would be okay. I’m absolutely enjoying your blog and
    look forward to new updates.

  2. I was very pleased to uncover this website. Iwant to to
    thank you for ones time just forr this fantastic read!! I definitely liked every part of it and I have you book mared to check out new stuff
    on your blog.

  3. You ѕhould Ьe a part օf a contest fоr one of tҺe
    greatеst websites on the net. I mοst certainly
    աill recommend tҺis web site!

  4. Hi there i am kavin, its my first time to commenting anywhere, when i
    read this article i thought i could also create comment
    due to this brilliant article.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.