The Olympics kicked off last Friday night. This got me thinking that one night this week I would prepare some Canadian specialties for dinner which we could eat in front of the television while watching ski jumping.
Of course when I think of Canadian cuisine the first thing that pops into my mind is poutine. My Canadian husband was quick to point out that poutine is a French Canadian specialty and really not eaten in Vancouver. I’m going to pretend that I didn’t hear that mainly so I can eat fries topped with gravy and cheese. Hopefully they drink Molson in Vancouver because that’s how I plan to wash down all the cheesy goodness.
If you would like to join me in my ode to Canada then check out this basic poutine recipe from RecipeZaar.