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To say that Lancashire invented Poutine?

(14 Posts)
halfwitpicker Tue 23-Jan-18 17:44:14

I say Lancashire invented it : chips, cheese, gravy. Solid fodder. None of this Montréal invented it nonsense.

AIBU?

Tinkofhousepan Tue 23-Jan-18 17:50:21

I don't care who invented it. I'm just happy that it was invented!! Same goes for chips cheese and curry sauce 😍 I discovered that gem when I lived in Wales!

DianaPrincessOfThemyscira Tue 23-Jan-18 18:16:17

It’s cheese curds in Montreal though!

Glumglowworm Tue 23-Jan-18 18:39:49

I grew up in Lancashire and had chips and gravy almost daily at high school (before the days of healthy school dinners). I never encountered cheesy chips and gravy til I moved to wales though

x2boys Tue 23-Jan-18 18:40:59

The cheese is a newish addition i think?

IPokeBadgers Tue 23-Jan-18 18:48:47

The cheesey gravy chip has been a staple food in Northern Ireland since pussycat s a kitten 😆

taskmaster Tue 23-Jan-18 18:49:22

There ain't no cheese curds in Lancashire.

IPokeBadgers Tue 23-Jan-18 18:49:35

FFS! Since pussy was a kitten, that should read!

etap Tue 23-Jan-18 18:50:31

Yes. Because it's not the same thing.

IHaveBrilloHair Tue 23-Jan-18 18:54:18

Well no, I ate chips cheese and gravy in the North East growing up, but that's not poutine.
Poutine has cheese curds.

Loyly Tue 23-Jan-18 18:56:46

As much as I love chips, cheese and gravy - and as others have said - it isn't poutine.

klondikecookie1 Tue 23-Jan-18 18:59:32

As others have said, not the same thing.

Cheese chips and gravy is better though, imo.

DoctorTwo Tue 23-Jan-18 19:06:53

Cheese, chips and gravy is ok, but Parmo it ain't.

Kursk Tue 23-Jan-18 19:10:33

First time I ever saw poutine was in Canada. Never new is was a thing in the UK.

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