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Duck fat - from there the options are endless.

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Duck fat - from there the options are endless

You mean like morning home fries? Cool


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Duck fat - from there the options are endless

You mean like morning home fries? Cool

Especially roasted potatoes! Wink
 
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Poutine.

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Poutine.

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The subject is French cuisine goodies. Poutine is none of those words...unless you are referring to Martin Picard's foie gras poutine? Woot
 
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Poutine.

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The subject is French cuisine goodies. Poutine is none of those words...unless you are referring to Martin Picard's foie gras poutine? Woot


Poutine from Quebec isn't French? Mon Dieu! Some other country has stolen our national dish!

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Of course you are correct, but I still consider anything that originates in the nation of Quebec to be "French". At least more French than say, butter tarts or Nanaimo bars. Wink
 
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-Sole meuniere
-Bouillabaisse
-french style onion soup heavy on the cheese
-tarte tatin with tons of butter and sugar and crispy caramelized edges (nom nom)
 
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