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I guess i've had a few too many sausage poutines and too few veggies for doctors to consider me "healthy". But i'm trying now!
How about you?
-- Sherry (email@example.com), June 01, 2000
Hey man, don't knock it 'till ya try it!
Although i know they must be horrendous for me, sausage poutines are incredibly delicious.
Hmmm, now i'm hungry, i wonder what i can find in my kitchen...
-- Sherry (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 04, 2000.
LoL.. yea right.. there is few times I do get to eat properly. Most the time its a quick sandwhich or a stop at the many fast food places between jobs.
-- Ron (email@example.com), June 02, 2000.
Sausage poutines!! I'm torn between craving one and getting my cholesterol checked for just *reading* about one. :)
- Mike K.
-- Mike Kelly (firstname.lastname@example.org), June 04, 2000.
Ran across a website that has Canadian recipes. What sold me is their recipe for "Jellied Moose Nose" ;)
-- Terry (email@example.com), August 09, 2000.
Jellied MOOSE nose?
Oh dear God, now i understand the misconceptions people have about Canadians. *puke*
I looked briefly at that list. The irony? I have had two of all those so-called "Canadian" foods. I have had a form of bannock, though it was deep fried and i don't think bannock is done the same way, but it's similar and made of similar ingredients.
I have also had tourtiere (meat pie) but that's almost a given. At some point i really must learn to make it because frankly the frozen variety taste awful.
Oh well, maybe i can look through these recipes and find something new to make!
-- Sherry (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 09, 2000.