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poutine

Poutine isn't supposed to be "fancy," and if you think it is, you're part of the problem.
The Toronto restaurant says the multi-coloured cheese curds and gravy taste just like a regular poutine.
“If it can motivate guests to be careful, life is so much more precious.”
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Or "pou-teen," as he likes to call it.
Food is art. Food is community. Food is joy and cultural identity. Increasingly, food is also statecraft.
Don't worry, Québec, no matter what you call it, with every mouthful of poutine the world is nodding to you.
From lobster poutine to butter tart squares, it's time to rediscover Canuck cuisine.
Canada lays claim to a dish that should be recognized as Québécois.