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Comic 25 - INTREP 020 - Canadian Cuisine

24th Apr 2015, 8:00 AM in INTREPs & Oldies
INTREP 020 - Canadian Cuisine
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DylanJBlakeley 24th Apr 2015, 8:00 AM edit delete
DylanJBlakeley
I think this one is self-explanatory. Plus I'm tired... and I possibly drank a little too much grape soda. ;)

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ProfEtheric 24th Apr 2015, 11:55 AM edit delete reply
ProfEtheric
Poutine... that's one of those things that's on my "if I ever get to Canada" list (along with Tim Horton's). And no, this isn't me being an ignorant American. I find myself in contact with Canadians on a regular basis, and some of the things I run across in conversation have me honestly curious. :)

Given that last line, though, just drink some maple syrup and you'll be fine! :)
Skweeee 24th Apr 2015, 9:23 PM edit delete reply
Skweeee
Prof, Poutine IS good! It's truly a matter of finding the right places that make it just right. I think we all have out fingers crossed for the poutine as we hope for the best.

I remember when the salmon fillet ended up on the menu. I was one of the guys who drew it first when it first came out. It was such a relief to find that it wasn't that bad.

If you're going to visit Canada, I would suggest Montreal, Ottawa, or Quebec City. Not only are you going to find the best Poutine in these places, but also these are awesome cities!

If you ever find yourself in the Edmonton area, let me know. I'll find you some authentic Canadian food.
DylanJBlakeley 25th Apr 2015, 9:35 AM edit delete reply
DylanJBlakeley
You could PROBABLY make it yourself rather easily... As long as you use the right kind of gravy and make sure it's hot enough to melt the cheese curds, you're golden!

I mean, the only other ingredient are French Fries, which I'm told are fairly plentiful south of the border. :)

Here's a start (LOVE the name of this blog!):eatnorth.ca - Perfect Poutine!
sigpig 27th Apr 2015, 2:24 AM edit delete reply
sigpig
I have been eating IMPs since the days of the Ham Omelet and Cherry Cake. I can honestly say that there have been more hits than misses. Interesting for you to post this on the weekend of Poutine Fest on Sparks St. Oh, and I subscribed today, after I got caught up on my binge-reading!
DylanJBlakeley 27th Apr 2015, 5:23 PM edit delete reply
DylanJBlakeley
Maybe because I'm Navy I never got the hang of cooking them right... though admittedly some of them ARE good. In fact, I've had a hankering for franks and beans since doing this strip...

Thanks for the sub!
KiloTun 17th Jul 2015, 7:56 PM edit delete reply
Ah yes, the IMP. My first assignment in port security OP CENTRE for the IFR in Halifax, due to the wonderful amount of planning, we were on 12 hour watches with nothing to eat. Except IMPs. And of course, A/SLt Tun being the genius that he is decided to eat about five of these things. The rest of that watch was spent on the can praying for a swift death...
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