Poutine, a Canadian dish of french fries drenched in gravy and cheese curds, is pictured at right. A new restaurant, FRI Poutinerie, is holding a poutine-eating contest where contestants must not use their hands. It’s a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs.
Poutine, a Canadian dish of french fries drenched in gravy and cheese curds, is pictured at right. A new restaurant, FRI Poutinerie, is holding a poutine-eating contest where contestants must not use their hands. It’s a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs. FRI Poutinerie SPECIAL TO THE BEE
Poutine, a Canadian dish of french fries drenched in gravy and cheese curds, is pictured at right. A new restaurant, FRI Poutinerie, is holding a poutine-eating contest where contestants must not use their hands. It’s a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Clubs. FRI Poutinerie SPECIAL TO THE BEE
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