Re: [NTLK] OT: Poutine was: Re: OT: Bush, Iraq, etc

From: Randy Glenn <>
Date: Mon Feb 05 2007 - 11:19:14 EST

On 2/5/07, William Pociengel <> wrote:
> first off Thanks for the recipe, now if I can just convince someone at
> my house to make this heart stopper ;-)

Heart stopper? Pffft! That's nothing compared to what some people eat
poutine with:
Quadruple C
"Collosal Colon Clogger Combo"
24oz burger served with a quarter pound of cheese, a quarter pound of
bacon, and 2 fried eggs. Also comes with a large shake (flavor of
your choice) and a small poutine.

From Dangerous Dan's Diner, in Toronto (their small isn't overly...

> and methinks that grated cheese would work better than cheese curds. In
> WI (home of beer and brats {rhymes with ought, has nothing to do with
> kids, no not the goat kind the children of humanoids kind}) cheese curds
> are the un-aged, processed cheese bits about the size of hmmmmmmm your
> thumb.

The proper way calls for cheese curds, thought I've seen it done with
grated cheese, albeit with a lessened effect.

>Often used in, well this is Wisconsin, beer cheese soup. I'm not
> sure how well they'd melt with gravy, though battered and deep fried
> they are tasty, Yum. But also a heart stopper :-(

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-Randy Glenn
Computer Eng. and Mgt. Year V, McMaster University
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