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Making "homemade" poutine

Really? I thought the curds would be easy to get! Where did you buy the gravy?

Making "homemade" poutine

That's why it's "homemade" in quotes. I want to make it at home but won't have the time to hand cut fries or make gravy. Obviously everything made from scratch would be way better.

Would just use low-end McCain fries but was wondering if perhaps someone in the city sells fresh or frozen fries that can be taken home and cooked. Will probably take a look in Kensington or St. Lawrence market.

Making "homemade" poutine

I'm hoping to make poutine for a party. I don't want to do it totally from scratch. So wondering where to best buy the components. Is it possible to buy fresh/frozen fries that are not grocery store McCains? How about gravy and fresh curds?

To buy: food processor

Where is the best place to find food processors in downtown Toronto? And is it possible to get one for around $40??

Chocolate-covered bacon (to buy)

I'm having Sherry mail me some. $3 each plus shipping.

Chocolate-covered bacon (to buy)

Wow, I couldn't find anything when I googled. Thanks!

Chocolate-covered bacon (to buy)

Thanks! I can't seem to find any contact information for her. Any ideas?

Chocolate-covered bacon (to buy)

Ooh that sounds good and central. Are they pre-packaged? I'm hoping to take it on a flight to BC

Chocolate-covered bacon (to buy)

Anywhere downtown?

Chocolate-covered bacon (to buy)

Where in Toronto can I buy chocolate-covered bacon? I saw it for sale at the Winter Fair, but can't remember what the booth was. Any ideas?

Having a food gift exchange this xmas, and thought this would be a good item.