Food – Pou­tine

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Oh, Canada… chips and gravy is a good hang­over/late night food, sure, but how could one im­prove upon it? You add cheese curds and master the del­i­cate bal­ance of per­fect chips and quan­tity of gravy is how. Voila, that’s pou­tine, the best food in the world. Orig­i­nat­ing in Que­bec in the 1950s, you can find the food in many trendy vari­a­tions in trendy restau­rants, but noth­ing beats the low-brow ge­nius of a greasy spoon diner or a hum­ble chip truck. Un­for­tu­nately, due to re­stric­tions on raw milk in Aus­tralia, there are very few raw milk cheese mak­ers in the coun­try, and thus, your clos­est place to eat a gen­uine pou­tine is a Pa­cific Ocean swim away.

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