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Poutine makes the list of “nine weirdest food festival dishes”

Poutine makes the list of "nine weirdest food festival dishes"
Poutine: we dont see what’s so gross about it (Image: joyquality)

We thought that since poutine had established a foothold as far away as New York City that it was slowly shaking its status as a “weird” food, despite being undeniably weird. Apparently not: foodie Web site the Daily Meal has included the symbol of Canadiana on its list of the nine weirdest food festival dishes. On the list, “french fries topped with cheese curds and gravy” rubs shoulders with such fare as deep-fried bull testicles and grilled Spam sushi from the U.S., as well as wasp larvae ice cream from New Zealand.

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