It’s a sunny Sunday in Ontario, and like everyone else I’m stuck at home during this COVID thing. I haven’t made sourdough bread or baked much of anything else, although many have. I’ve tried a few new recipes for dinner, but that’s about it.
Today, though, I had a craving for really good fries. And gravy. And, just for fun, yummy melty cheese.
For those not acquainted with this divine meal combination, POUTINE (poo-TEEN, or Quebec French put͡sɪn) includes french fries and cheese curds, topped with a brown gravy. It originated in the Canadian province of Quebec and for many years was perceived negatively and mocked. Poutine later became celebrated as a symbol of Québécois cultural pride. This led to its popularity outside the province, especially in Ontario and the Maritimes (Thank you, Wikipedia.)Continue reading “Best poutine EVER!”