Poutine, Acadian slang for a food that is basically chips in gravy and cheese, was invented in Warwick Quebec in 1957 by restaurateur Fernand Lachance.

To make the perfect poutine, the potatoes must fresh and hand-cut, fried in pure lard, covered in hot French-Canadian dark, thick gravy and topped with squeaky cheddar cheese curds. When the curds are placed on the fries and the hot gravy is poured on top, the three flavors combine to produce the best junk food sensation on earth.

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