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Old 06-06-2019, 11:15 AM   #161
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Mitchell: "It's a French-Canadian delicacy called poutine." Jay: "Well, it looks like vomit, so I'm not pouti-ing it in my mouth.".
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Old 06-06-2019, 04:54 PM   #162
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Mitchell: "It's a French-Canadian delicacy called poutine." Jay: "Well, it looks like vomit, so I'm not pouti-ing it in my mouth.".
That Mitchell calls it a delicacy says everything you need to know about Mitchell and poutine!

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Old 06-06-2019, 05:07 PM   #163
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Just got back this week from a cruise on the Wonder from Vancouver through Alaska. Tried poutine at a couple of spots. It's not awful, but it's nothing to write home about.

Tastes pretty much like cheesy mashed potato except that if you eat it fast its a little crunchy.

Won't go out of my way to eat it again. But not bad.
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Old 06-06-2019, 10:14 PM   #164
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We enjoy going on trips. Itís a nice break from the parks and there are some great dining options there.
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Old 06-07-2019, 07:30 AM   #165
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We have tried Disney Springs most times of the day and week. We like to go early afternoon (11a and after). We used to love the evenings but with all of the new additions itís like wall to wall people and hard to walk around never mind see the performers.
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Old 06-07-2019, 09:07 AM   #166
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I have no problem enjoying poison when it's made with potatoes and fried in oil. I still don't get the appeal of poutine.

The whole point of a fry is to be hot, crisp, and salty. Maybe dipped in a garlic aioli or other tasty side. But putting crap on top, and it becomes a soggy mess.

Just don't see the point. Might as well be a baked potato or even mashed potatoes.

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Have you had the truffle fries at The Boathouse?? They are amazing!!
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Old 06-07-2019, 10:26 AM   #167
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Have you had the truffle fries at The Boathouse?? They are amazing!!
I can't remember - I may have gone with baked potato since that's so rare at Disney. Which, by the way, The Edison has an awesome loaded Baked Potato.

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Old 06-07-2019, 11:11 AM   #168
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The key to good poutine is that the fry has to be thicker cut. That way it holds up to the gravy without getting saturated and soggy. Plus being that thick means they have to be double fried, resulting in crispier but still meaty fries. Only the Daily Poutine in DS sells it with those fries. All the other places (including Le Cellier) serve the regular Disney fries which are way too thin and get soggy. It's like nachos, right? Tortilla chips should be crisp and are good for dipping. But if you pour or melt hot cheese on them and add some other stuff, they're even more delicious, even if they lose a little of their crispness.

And the Thanksgiving poutine at the Daily is possibly the best thing at WDW. Thick cut, crispy, salty fries with savory turkey and gravy and sweet, tart cranberry sauce. Everything goes together and compliments each other.
with this.

We will have to make a point to get the Thanksgiving poutine. Is it seasonal? Hopefully it will be there the first week of December.
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We will have to make a point to get the Thanksgiving poutine. Is it seasonal? Hopefully it will be there the first week of December.
Yeah, it's seasonal, it usually shows up mid-November. So, hopefully it is still there for you to try, because it's effin delicious.

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I can't remember - I may have gone with baked potato since that's so rare at Disney. Which, by the way, The Edison has an awesome loaded Baked Potato.

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Hmm, perhaps a good combination with the Clothesline Bacon...
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