While in Canada, the Baker and non-baker decided that they had to try poutine. Poutine, for the few people who have not read about it elsewhere, is a dish composed of french fries (thin cut), fresh (squeaky) cheese curds, and brown gravy.

The dish is much beloved in Canada, and is frequently thought of as one of the national dishes of the country.

Both the Baker and the non-baker adored the cheese curds and appreciated the warm gravy and fresh fries. However, with such a rich dish, it’s not one that they’re liable to eat with much frequency.

And, now that they’ve eating it, they’ve started noticing variations on it on every menu in the city– even at the local Lebanese restaurant! (For those wondering, Lebanese pouting includes kefta in addition to the normal ingredients.)

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