Numerology information Poutine:

numerologyName Number: 1 Meaning: Individual, Masculine, Logic, Self, Active, Leadership, Initiative, Assertive


Definition funny of Poutine:

urbanA Quebec (or French-Canadian) staple, a dish of homemade french fries topped with white cheddar cheese curds and beef gravy (wannabes and some americans have been known to serve this dish with any cheese and turkey gravy). Generally served in a styrofoam container or carton.

urbanMan, I ate so much poutine my heart hurts!

urbanMix of French Fries, Cheddar Cheese, and Brown Gravy. Do not use Hot Chicken Sauce. It's sort of a war between Drummondville and Victoriaville (small cities of Québec province) to decide who invented it first. There's some other kind of poutine: - Regular Poutine - heh - Italian Poutine - Bolognese Sauce instead of Brown Gravy - Spicy Poutine - A bit of Tabasco in the Gravy - Galvaude - Add chunks of chicken and green peas - Dulton - Add Ground Beef, sometime sausages. Great hangover remedie, if you can eat it all!

urbanThe nicest Poutine is Ashton's one. "Après veiller, on va se taper une poutine chez ashton, histoire de noyer l'alcool."

urbanOne of the un-missable features of Quebec is poutine. This wonderful meal is basically made of fries, cheese, and gravy. The perfect poutine is one that contains fresh cheese with hot sauce that can melt it, and crispy fries. It would also be nice to have some bacon too. There are many variants of poutine, including but not limited to : "Italian" poutine : Gravy is replaced by spaggetthi sauce BBQ poutine : Normal gravy is replaced by BBQ gravy "All dressed" poutine : It may contain bacon, onions, pepperoni and other ingredients.

urbanI ate a poutine yesterday, I hope I won't suffer an heart-attack.

urbanA term which origins can be found in French Canada (specifically Quebec). The original meaning is fries smothered with cheese curds and gravy. We in Ontario, Canada have re-apprehended this French Canadian word, to be a spin on "pussy," which is also slang for a vagina. So taste that!


Songs about Poutine:

songsDanse la Poutine (feat TTC) by Omnikrom from the Album Trop Banane

songsAuld Lang Syne (feat. Jacques Poutine) by Retro Crowd & Friends from the Album Jacque's Christmas Classics

songsBonus Track: Poutine (Karaoke Track) by Andrew Plait from the Album Stompin' At the Stampede

songsDing Dong Merrily on High (feat. Jacques Poutine) by Retro Crowd & Friends from the Album Jacque's Christmas Classics

songsFree Pussy Riot! (Poutine Extra Sauce Rmx) by Mukluk from the Album Free Pussy Riot! (Poutine Extra Sauce Rmx)

songsJingle Bells (feat. Jacques Poutine) by Retro Crowd & Friends from the Album Jacque's Christmas Classics

songsLa Poutine by Dirty Penny from the Album Tada!


Books about Poutine:

booksPoutine Recipes ; Quick and Easy! by Improve Life Books (Sep 9, 2013)

booksPoutine, l'itinéraire secret by Vladimir Fedorovski (May 5, 2014)

booksPogey, Poutine and Warm, Furry Beavers: Plus Twenty Other Reasons to Enjoy Being Canadian by David Townsend (Dec 9, 2009)

booksLa Russie inquiétante de Poutine (French Edition) by Libération (Jan 26, 2014)

booksPoutine échec et mat ! (French Edition) by Garry Kasparov and Myriam Dennehy (Oct 15, 2012)

booksLA POUTINE (French Edition) by Francis De Cadirac (Apr 16, 2012)

booksMaudite poutine! by Theoret Charles Alex (2007)


Movies about Poutine:

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Wiki information Poutine:

Dish, Food

Poutine is a common Canadian dish, originating in Quebec, made with french fries, topped with a light brown gravy-like sauce and cheese curds. This fast food dish can now be found across Canada, and is also found in some places in the northern United...

Poutine râpée

Poutine râpée is a traditional Acadian dish that in its most common form consists of a boiled potato dumpling with a pork filling; it is usually prepared with a mixture of grated and mashed potato. Some versions of the dish call for the dumpling to...