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Monday, 28 March 2011

procrastination poutine satisfaction

」i want horchata but there's only Vampire Weekend

『 This post should be about Sc2, but it's not. So, instead of that, today's post will feature the poutine that was consumed instead of creating the new post.

So today the crew and I went outside for a session on a cold winter-like but it's fucking spring day that had a sun blasting it's lazy ass rays for the first time in a while. We love poutines. We love poutines like the way a Canadian loves cream cheese in a sushi roll. [sounds weird? trust me it's nnnhhyyyoooooo maaa ggaaaawwwwddddd flavourious] After the customaries it was decided that a jerny to DQ would best satisfy our munchies. We weren't sure at all at what to get at DQ we just knew we had to get there and just consume. Upon arrival my eyes were fixated by the shining bright lights of the menu and the word POUTINE 3.79. And then ...

?????

Pretty standard fast food joint poutine: Which is cheap fries + mass gravy + oh so good but fake processed cheese. It's not a fuck up of a fast food poutine like the New York Fries fare but closer in taste to the KFC poutine and greater than the A&W poutine. The generous amount of DQ gravy finds itself slathered all over the properly fried papas fritas resulting in a mmmmm satisfying mouth-flavour-dance. The cheese is okay as it has a rubbery texture but good taste that acquaints itself warmly with the gravy bathed fries. Overall, it'll satisfy a poutine craving but it's no means to end for one, leaving you jonesing for more. At 3.79 CAD it's not worth the amount you get and if you really want cheap and decent poutine you're better of making it yourself or moving to Quebec. 』

Here's some arbitrary figures:
Taste: 7.5 / 10 , Price: 5 / 10 , Design: 7 / 10 , Total: 19.5 / 30

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convenience


enjoying local art with meal

41 comments :

  1. golly! that looks delicious!

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  2. Food is good. Everybody should eat food.

    tl:dr

    +1 follow.

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  3. I've never tried poutine, but I must admit it looks interesting. One day, maybe, I'll try it.

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  4. @Astronomy Pirate, you should it's a wonder of human culinary imagination!

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  5. Hahahaha looks TERRIBLE man! Hope it actually tastes ok!

    Following for more food adventures

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  6. wish i could cook at all!
    nice work, looks great!

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  7. mmm must not give in to the temptation

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  8. haven't had poutine in a minute, time to pay a visit

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  9. You need to eat healthier my friend, but I gotta say that food does look good.

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  10. nice post, really good blog

    + follower:)

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  11. @Kevin LOL, yeah well it could've and really should've been better.

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  12. I'm completely confused dude. What the heck is that? This stuff is so bloody random, I love it.

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  13. Poutine is great. Had some while in Quebec.

    Followed.
    bigunicorn.blogspot.com

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  14. Never had poutine. Looks delicious!

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  15. When I went to canada a few years ago that was THE BEST hang-over food. Poutine is so delicious.

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  16. Havta try that, poutine? Never heard of it before.

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  17. Damn, that sounds so good. I'll have to try some soon.

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  18. Sounds so bad but looks so good, its like a deep fried philly cheese steak wrapped in bacon

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  19. Looks nice,never heard of poutine thought...

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  20. make a new post sometimes..

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