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Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881723
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By the way, Andrew, speaking of poutine, there is a French fry food truck in a nearby city and I happened to see a menu for it today and noticed that poutine is a regular feature. I'm curious, since you all don't really know how to make gravy, what they use as gravy on poutine here...…………..I may have to go try it just for comparison as I have had an actual Canadian poutine (thus my knowledge of not liking them).


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Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: Dawn70] #2881726
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Originally Posted by Dawn70
By the way, Andrew, speaking of poutine, there is a French fry food truck...

I've never eaten poutine or boogers, but I have heard that they have a similar flavor. Can anyone confirm that?

I have that d@mn song in my head, "I wish I were an Oscar Meyer wiener..."

Just 28 more posts and we'll be ready for a new thread...oh yeah!

Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881728
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Where is exquisitetobe when I need her .... She undoubtedly makes an excellent poutine.

I think Irish is from La Belle Province as well. I just visit there and complain about the traffic in Montreal. We sold our warehouse there last year so not sure when the next time is that I'll visit.


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Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881744
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Lol..
Exquisitetobe does make an excellent poutine. The best!!
But she is a conflict avoidant lady therefor, she hangs around fb and visit here silently. smile

Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881798
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Je préfère la poutine écossaise-chinoise même si elle a un goût de boogers de soja.

Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881815
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I didn't know boogers was a French word. Look at me learning something new today. wink


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Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: Dawn70] #2881824
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Originally Posted by Dawn70
I didn't know boogers was a French word.

Yep, but the French butcher a perfectly good word by pronouncing it boo-gair. As in, " Monsieur you're a simpleton swine; you have a boo-gair in your mustache."

Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881829
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Originally Posted by SIR BEDEVERE
Who are you who are so wise in the ways of science?
Sad news that Terry Jones has had his last thin mint.

Originally Posted by Seasons and Suppers
Poutine Gravy:
3 Tbsp cornstarch
2 Tbsp water
6 Tbsp unsalted butter
1/4 cup unbleached all purpose flour
20 oz beef broth
10 oz chicken broth
Pepper, to taste

Instructions
In a small bowl, dissolve the cornstarch in the water and set aside.
In a large saucepan, melt the butter. Add the flour and cook, stirring regularly, for about 5 minutes, until the mixture turns golden brown.
Add the beef and chicken broth and bring to a boil, stirring with a whisk. Stir in about HALF the cornstarch mixture and simmer for a minute or so. If you'd like your gravy thicker, add a more of the cornstarch mixture, in small increments, as needed, to thicken. Season with pepper. Taste and add additional salt, if necessary, to taste.


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Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881842
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Unsalted butter and unbleached flour don't exist in Southern kitchens....just saying...………..And, down here, we make our gravy with stuff that doesn't require cornstarch slurry to thicken it. Don't get me wrong, I have made some you could spackle walls with, but mine is usually pretty good.


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Re: Adventures while on a coddiwomple [Re: AndrewP] #2881852
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Excusez-moi Monsieur Doodler but boo-gair would be the pronounciation of France.
Here, we say boo-gueur.

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