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  1. matt
    matt at |

    One thing I love that I’ve only seen in Canada are these fries that come with mashed potatoes and gravy and it’s amazing. Can’t for the life of me remember it’s name.

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    1. Robert Grimminck
      Robert Grimminck at |

      Poutine!

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      1. matt
        matt at |

        Yes Robert and it’s amazing I know you feel me.

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    2. Guest
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      Not mashed pertaters matt, traditionally its cheese curd or often just cheese – Yum!

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    3. Billy Bob
      Billy Bob at |

      That’s from Quebec and it’s called poutine. If it’s made with cheese instead of cheese curds, it’s not authentic…

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  2. Billy Bob
    Billy Bob at |

    What I got out of this was that they don’t have Smarties in the U.S. You poor souls…

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  3. Billy Bob
    Billy Bob at |

    What I got out of this was that they don’t have Smarties in the U.S. You poor people…

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  4. Kevin John Braid
    Kevin John Braid at |

    chocolate buttons are not smarties, its like little discs of chocolate, smarties are pretty much MnMs without the peanut

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  5. Erin
    Erin at |

    Smarties in the US are fruit-flavored powder candy discs wrapped up in cellophane. I can’t stand them, but Canadian Smarties sound incredible.

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  6. sadaf khan
    sadaf khan at |

    A dish from South Asia is missing….Biryani!!

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